The Springfield Partners for Community Action’s goal is to move families out of poverty.
The West Springfield Fire Department is urging people to unplug small and unused appliances.
The carnival was canceled because of low volunteer sign-up.
The grant will be used to create a community space on the second floor of the building.
Officials in Reading are investigating after swastikas were found on two occasions at Reading Memorial High School this month.
Hillary Clinton peppered her Wellesley College commencement address Friday with barbs aimed at her rival in last year’s presidential electio…
The man behind the ice bucket challenge is facing his own financial hurdles.
The president’s new apparent openness to staying in the Paris climate pact came amid a pressure campaign by European leaders.
Ariana Grande has vowed to return to Manchester to give a concert to raise money for the victims of Monday’s deadly bombing.
Police say Coreano was speeding and lost control of the vehicle, slamming it into a tree.
The Senate unanimously passed a nearly $40.4 billion budget that includes funding for health care and approves a high speed rail study.
One company seeks to loosen restrictions on selling alcohol at discounted rates in Massachusetts.
State lawmakers hope to address criminal justice reform this session, but 22News spoke with residents who say the state could be doing more.
The late president was assassinated in 1963.
Hadley police are monitoring problematic hot spots known for speeding drivers in residential areas
The students participated in the annual Mass at Blessed Sacrament Church.
Dozens of Springfield Charter School 5th graders now have the skill to save the life of a heart attack patient.
Nearly 2 million drivers from New England are expected to be on the road this holiday weekend.
High speed rail connecting Boston to Springfield is inching forward.
Before you toss a hot dog on the grill this Memorial Day, make sure it doesn’t have any metal in it.