Town meeting members have approved a new bylaw requiring residents to maintain their lawns or face fines.
Many movies, from swashbucklers and westerns to military and gangster films, have featured firearms designed and made in Springfield, home to the country’s first armory. A new exhibit, Springfield Armory Goes To Hollywood, is on display through the end of September.
By a 2-1 margin, voters at Monday’s Town Meeting rejected a proposed bylaw to prohibit the “display of non-domesticated animals for entertainment”
Throughout the forum at the Rebecca Johnson school, local residents voiced a list of concerns to Commissioner John Barbieri, from youth services to police harassment, especially directed at people of color.
Westover ARB is among four installations chosen as a possible site to house the Air Force’s newest air refueling tanker
A group of Claremont residents want their town to host a long-running pumpkin festival after Keene officials denied a permit for its organizers
A prominent Springfield activist says she’s exploring a run for political office. Michaelann Bewsee, director of Arise For Social Justice, says she still needs to […]
Morial says Ferguson is not alone when it comes to racial bias by police and city officials
Governor Bakers proposed FY16 budget provides the same money as in FY15 for the state’s 15 regional transit authorities. Unlike previous years, that may not be a bad thing.
A UMass senior is suing Amherst Police for violating his first amendment rights to videotape them at an off-campus spring celebration in 2014
Springfield Bishop Mitchell Rozanski calls a merger of Cathedral and Holyoke Catholic High Schools the only sustainable plan to further Catholic education in western Mass.
Kathryn Mauke was an honor roll student at Sabis International Charter School. She had won a scholarship to attend American International College.
Forty Vermont National Guard members are heading to Massachusetts to help communities dig out from record snowfall
With the third major snow storm in two weeks forcing numerous school cancellations, education officials have to decide how those “snow days” will be made
Nathan Perez and Giselle Albelo initially testified they saw Charles Wilhite fatally shoot Alberto Rodriguez outside a Springfield convenience store in 2008, later recanting their testimony.