Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker approves $16 billion transportation bond bill, including $50 million for East-West rail project
Health Commissioner Helen Caulton-Harris said she was pleased with the overall vaccine operation offered to police, firefighters and other first responders, done over a four-day period at the Boland Elementary School.
Students will spend at least another two days learning remotely next week, and some may not return until the last week in January or later, the superintendent announced Friday.
Authorities determined there were no working smoke detectors in the log cabin-style home.
“He is doing well. They called and got him in there super quick because of his age,” said son-in-law Gary Provencher.
A theme of the MLK Day event is "YOUR Life Matters."
Shawn Palmer replaces Michael Moses, who became the publisher and chief revenue officer of Newspapers of New England’s Massachusetts operations in 2019.
Anthony Deordio of North Adams sentenced to 60 years in federal prison for child exploitation, pornography case
It is the lengthiest sentence of the sort in Springfield’s federal court in recent history.
U.S. District Judge Mark Mastroianni issued a standing order suspending most in-person proceedings including previously scheduled trials from January until the end of March over Covid fears.
Springfield’s Jasan Bonilla drove to Syracuse area to confront ex, broke into her home with knife, police say
Jasan Bonilla, of Springfield, Massachusetts, was charged.
Massachusetts influenza vaccine requirement for students eliminated as flu season remains mild during COVID pandemic
Health officials in August announced that nearly all students would need a flu shot.
Bishop Talbert W. Swan II was sworn in as president of the Greater Springfield Chapter of the NAACP at Friday’s ceremony.
The law mandates regulations to improve signage, lighting and other wayfinding elements for Massachusetts emergency departments.