The crash happened on Memorial Drive at around 8:25 Sunday night.
Troopers from the Springfield barracks will be cracking down to try to prevent injuries and deaths on the roads.
Community members gathered at the Congregation B’nai Torah around 7 p.m. Sunday night.
State Senator Sal DiDomenico hopes to meet with representatives of key federal agencies.
Police have arrested and charged 29 year old Jeremy Hollins with attempted murder and assault and battery, among other charges.
Kids and potential adoptive parents met in a fun environment at Interskate 91 in Wilbraham Sunday.
After rallying in the third to send the game to overtime, the Bruins lost to the Ottawa Senators and are out of playoff contention.
Bloomberg, who considered a presidential bid after serving three terms as New York City’s mayor, addressed his focus on climate change.
22News went to the Springfield Museums for their Earth Day Festival to see how people are continuing to celebrate our planet.
The crowd showed up to inspect and gaze on the hundreds of cars that the UMass Motorsport Club put on display.
The two-day show provided Franklin County visitors with a range of products and services geared for the warmer weather.
A row of triple-decker residential buildings was damaged, including one building that was empty while under renovation.
Industry analyst Trilby Lundberg of the Lundberg Survey said Sunday that consumers could see price increases slow as crude oil costs drop.
Denise Sacharczyk organized the fundraiser in Easthampton to help find a cure for Hydrocephalus, also known as “water on the brain.”
The statistics also show why Planned Parenthood remains at the center of the abortion debate.
Ethan Roser was volunteering at a track and field competition at Wheaton College when he was accidentally struck by a hammer.
It’s been five months since marijuana became legal in Massachusetts and the law is still confusing to some residents.
Over 150 vendors set up shop for the Olde Hadley Flea market.
A 9-year-old girl lost her father when the SUV they were in was struck by a runaway tire.
Bicyclists are taking a cue from one of the city’s most visited public sculptures to push for safer streets.