Crews will be working on several streets in the downtown Springfield area, including Dickinson and Warwick Streets.
West Springfield police say a car and motorcycle collided Sunday night.
The amendment would impose a 4-percent surtax on anyone who makes more than $1-million dollars in income.
Chicopee’s First Time Homebuyer Assistance Program is helping millennials and other potential homeowners find a place they can call home.
A man on a motorcycle was injured after colliding with a car in Springfield Sunday evening.
A rare late summer tornado smashed into a shopping district of Tulsa early Sunday just hours after it was packed with people.
A Ford spokesperson says engineers found some unsealed holes from modifications made to install police equipment.
Unionized nurses have been involved in a long labor dispute with management and say they want local management to negotiate new contracts.
22News is working for you with how people took advantage of the dry day Sunday.
The modest result for “The Dark Tower,” was in line with expectations heading into the weekend but well shy of initial hopes.
The Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club hopes to help dispel unfavorable stereotypes involving motorcycle clubs by helping children in need.
Shots were fired during a disturbance involving two groups of people in the parking lot.
The year-old pit bull mix was found in Quincy in 2013 with skull, spine and rib fractures, a stab wound to the right eye and a split tongue.
Police said last week he was last seen at about 11:20 a.m. on July 24 at a Home Depot in Seabrook.
First the bears and now the coyotes are being spotted ever closer to populated areas of western Massachusetts.
The Senator will hear from the public at the Forest Park Middle School starting at 6:30pm Monday night.
A man reportedly wearing just his underwear is accused of stealing a police car and leading officers on a low-speed chase Sunday morning.
Westfield residents said the city fills with excitement during the annual event.
Viewing scopes were dedicated to a man who served his country both overseas, and right here in western Massachusetts.
Amid confusion about the future of the ACA, there are signs that coverage is already beginning to erode.