District Attorney David Capeless said that Joanne Ringer’s now-dead husband was the main suspect in the case.
Traffic is once again moving on the South End Bridge, which fully re-opened on both sides late Friday afternoon.
Athletes from all over the world were in Massachusetts on Monday for the 121st running of the Boston Marathon.
Sixteen of the arrests came following raids on three properties in Holyoke Thursday, while four more were arrested earlier.
Hampden County D.A. Anthony Gulluni says they believe they have dismantled a major drug distribution ring.
A Grand Opening Gala for Union Station will be held on June 24, with open houses scheduled for the following day.
Experienced and new firefighters got the chance Thursday to learn how to better respond to emergencies on the water.
Westover’s proximity to Europe and its long runways make it a reliable stop for military aircraft and units.
A family of three lost their home and two pets, Tuesday night, after a fire started on Fred Jackson Road in Southwick.
The exercise at MEMA headquarters in Framingham gives agencies the opportunity to check their response to an emergency.
It’s finders keepers for the couple who found a domesticated goose wandering around Greenfield last month.
Pilots test jets in narrow gorge nicknamed Star Wars Canyon, thrilling visitors at Death Valley National Park in California.
An East Windsor man was arrested on several drug charges after a traffic stop in Wilbraham this weekend.
Rowan Pennink led the most laps and put legendary modified Ole Blue back in victory lane with a win Sunday.
The guided-missile destroyer USS Porter (DDG 78) conducts strike operations while in the Mediterranean Sea
Longtime Chicopee firefighter Tony Spano died suddenly after after collapsing while exercising last week.
A shelter-in-place order was issued at public schools in Wilbraham and Hampden as a result of the late morning robbery.
Mug shots of people arrested for various offenses in Massachusetts.
Saturday’s snowstorm has blanketed western Massachusetts with snow, sleet, and freezing rain.
The Chicopee Fire Department is mourning the loss of a 14 year veteran firefighter and EMT.