Julio C. Rodriguez pleaded guilty to the charges of Larceny over $250, Food Stamp Trafficking, and Access Device Fraud.
State police say that a man in eastern Massachusetts has been going door-to-door, claiming to be collecting money for Clardy’s children.
“It’s not just stealing the sign, it’s taking my First Amendment rights away,” says Kenneth Alves of Ludlow.
State lawmakers are one step closer to passing a bill that would allow convicted drug offenders to drive.
Following the Brussels terror attacks, Massachusetts officials are reminding residents to pay attention to their surroundings.
People 22News spoke with said they will continue to travel, but they may think twice about their safety at the airport or train station.
For many years Sandri in Greenfield was known for its gas stations and oil delivery service but the company does much more these days.
Program allows qualified residents to swap out their dirty, inefficient stoves for newer, cleaner burning models.
The Massachusetts Trial Court is asking for close to three-million dollars in funding to ensure that every community has a “drug court.”
There are hundreds of structurally unsafe bridges in western Mass. and one of those bridges is in a highly traveled area of Northampton.
Moving the building means creating a separate street, to move the chapel two blocks, out of MGM’s Springfield’s footprint.