Springfield Police were investigating a report of a hit and run accident Monday night, possibly involving a woman and a baby.
A Springfield mom whose son committed suicide after being bullied, now says her daughter is being targeted.
After 91 years of Catholic education, St. Mary’s School in Ware will close at the end of this school year.
Westfield Police are warning the public to look out for counterfeit money that’s making its way through western Mass. this holiday season.
ATM skimming costs U.S. banks hundreds of millions of dollars each year. We have tips to keep them from costing you.
Springfield’s Postal Service Distribution Center is the largest package process center in New England. 22News took a closer look inside.
State troopers will be looking into the conduct of staff and the response of administrators at the Peck School in Holyoke.
Springfield police are looking for the public’s help to find 14 year-old Honesty Quinones.
A man who seriously injured a Westfield police officer during a traffic stop in May had his case continued until February.
Westfield District Court Judge Philip Contant tried to convince a robbery suspect to get an attorney before proceeding with his case.
The Holyoke Police are working to find out the identity of four suspects involved in a shoplifting incident at the Holyoke Mall.
A former stockbroker pleaded on Monday in connection with an investment scheme which defrauded victims of more than $600,000.
Nearly 30-percent of people say they’re worried that they or a loved one will be the victim of gun violence.
Consumer advocate groups called upon AG Healey to investigate CarMax, claiming the dealer sold recalled vehicles in Massachusetts.
Falling oil prices have weighed heavily on Kinder Morgan, whose stock price has been cut nearly in half since October.
Teachers from the Rebecca Johnson School walked and releasing balloons to remember those who died.
This year’s 22News/U.S. Marines “Toys for Tots” Drive was a huge success because of you, our viewers.
The agency is receiving more than 100 reports per month about drones flying near manned aircraft.
Rose agreed to the ban after an investigation found he placed bets on the Reds to win while playing for and managing the team.
Cancellation rates remain low as well.