One group is urging the university to make the school a sanctuary campus to protect undocumented students.
Warren Police arrested a man from Holyoke, Friday morning, after receiving a report of someone breaking into a vehicle.
The Springfield Police are warning residents to take precautions when purchasing an item online, after a teenager was robbed at gunpoint.
A high school says it’s dealing with a spate of “disturbing discoveries of hateful graffiti” including anti-Semitic messages.
More changes coming to I-91 that could affect your commute. 22News has the latest details about the upcoming closures and detours.
There had been doubts that the official vote tally could be certified in time to legalize marijuana on December 15, as scheduled.
Nine teens have been arrested in connection with a flash-mob robbery at a Connecticut gas station.
Chilling video of Charleston gunman Dylann Roof’s confession among evidence presented Friday.
The three hour event caused some traffic delays, but attendees said they hope the Holiday Stroll can become an annual event.
The 22News Toys for Tots campaign is in full swing and Friday night we received a new batch of toys from a special company.
The Town of East Longmeadow selected a new Town Manager last week, and now contract negotiations have started.
Post Offices in Hampden, Hampshire and Berkshire counties will be open the next two Sundays to help customers during the holidays.
Shoppers should check their Christmas list twice, but they should also check their emails.
Samsung is planning to disable the batteries of remaining Galaxy Note 7 devices in January.
Dangerous drugs are showing up on the streets in several Alabama counties.
Residents in the Westfield and Southwick area found a way to avoid the chaos while still experiencing the holiday feel of vibrant Christmas …
Why juggling so many things at once can do more harm than good.
Mayor Brian Sullivan announced yesterday that the city would be replacing balustrades at several city parks near the Great River Bridge.
Prosecutors are again asking to use the contents of Aaron Hernandez’s cellphone as evidence in his upcoming double murder trial.
If you had your heart set on a “Happy Hour Playset” from Fisher Price, you’re out of luck. It’s fake.