Wisdom Way in Greenfield was blocked off Friday night after a truck crashed into a utility pole and brought down wires.
At least one person was hurt in a collision involving two vehicles Friday, in Springfield’s East Forest Park neighborhood.
Holyoke’s streets are cleared and ready for the runners on Saturday and for the marchers and spectators on Sunday.
22News spoke with a woman who left Ireland more than 50 years ago for a better life in America.
Hadley Police are urging residents to lock their cars after a series of car break-ins on Chmura Road.
A Springfield man was sentenced on Friday in U.S. District Court after pleading guilty back in December of 2016 to a firearm charge.
Westfield Police’s Detective Bureau issued an apology after identifying an “innocent shopper” as a possible suspect.
“High Five Friday” may be over for Northampton schools, but there may be something else put in its place.
The Hampden County District Attorney’s office held their 2nd Annual St. Patrick’s Day Party in Springfield on Friday.
A bill that could lead to electronic tolls along Connecticut’s highways is moving through the General Assembly.
Heroes were celebrated at the 15th annual American Red Cross Hometown Heroes breakfast.
Are you ready for the big parade Sunday? 22News is working for you with information you need to know before you go!
Saturday’s Holyoke St. Patrick’s Road Race is a tradition that dates back 42 years, and draws thousands of runners and spectators.
A firefighter who collapsed and died after responding to a house fire Friday morning was a 21-year veteran of the department.
New details about the man who jumped the white house fence was on the grounds for 16 minutes last Friday before being captured.
Hillary Clinton said Friday she’s “ready to come out of the woods” and help Americans find common ground.
At a warehouse, police and the Scranton DEA said they made their second largest cocaine bust in recent years.
Snow from a powerful storm earlier this week is forcing St. Patrick’s Day parade organizers in Boston to cut their route short.
Neil Sweeney, of Worcester, was also sentenced this week to 10 years of probation upon completion of his prison term.
The former standout right end wanted an image of a revolver with the gun barrel facing forward, as if pointing at the viewer.