Owner Kay Hussain told 22News that she plans for her business to bring fun and positive energy to downtown Springfield.
Westover Air Reserve Base received a call to load up three C-17 planes with emergency trucks filled with supplies to help FEMA relief effort…
Trump ordered an end to DACA but Congressman Richard Neal told 22News, Congress has proposed alternate options for undocumented immigrants.
The Category 5 storm snapped the islands’ fragile links to the outside world with a direct hit leaving thousands desperate to escape.
Irma was expected to strike the Florida Keys at daybreak Sunday, with Hurricane Jose following closely behind.
The points battle is tightening up in the Sunoco Modified division as four drivers as Keith Rocco has the points lead by 22 points.
Mayor Domenic Sarno was among those in attendance at the Third Annual JuJu’s Bike-A-Thon in Springfield.
The 45th Annual Mattoon Arts Festival features 100 exhibitors, food vendors and musicians and helps support local artists and businesses.
It didn’t hurt anyone’s appetite having the fried dough smothered in Hager’s Maple Cream.
The Red Cross of western Massachusetts says they are ready to deploy dozens of volunteers to help locally, in Florida, Texas or Cuba.
Nearly 700 people came together at Springfield’s Shriners Hospital for Kids, for the 8th Annual Walk for LOVE Walkathon and Barbecue.
Groton police say the killings weren’t a random act and “the town is safe.”
Las Vegas police, Nevada Highway Patrol troopers and a police helicopter all tailed the ambulance during the chase.
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With the window closing fast for anyone wanting to escape, Irma hurtled toward Florida with 125 mph winds Saturday.
A 30-year-old woman is in critical condition after her boyfriend set her on fire, trying to kill her and their unborn child.
Mayor Domenic Sarno said he’s “sick of it” after Springfield suffered another gang-related homicide Friday night.
The institution of marriage is always fair game for a good satire.
Fifteen people from six different cities and towns in western Massachusetts were arrested in a drug raid in Springfield on Friday.
According to police, a Nissan Altima was traveling northbound on Turnpike Road in Somers at 2:14 p.m, when the car left the roadway off the …