City Councilors met with about 20 seniors who’ll be affected by the consolidation of five senior centers into one later this year.
More than 100 family members, faith leaders, and neighbors marched Monday to support Springfield resident Lucio Perez.
The new proposal has several changes, including prohibiting feeding wildlife and making sure your boat is decontaminated.
Cold weather can kill your plants and leave a frost mark on your pumpkins.
Ohio-based Riddell says it introduced helmets designed to mitigate concussion risks more than 15 years ago.
The ten candidates are vying for six at-large seats in the newly re-formatted, and smaller, Holyoke City Council.
Police were searching for Marilynn Roy who had been missing for a week.
Police say the 3-year-old French bulldog, named Nigil, appeared lifeless and vomit was pooled nearby.
The Weinstein Co., besieged by sexual harassment allegations against its namesake and co-founder, may be putting itself up for sale.
The average price for regular gas is $2.54 a gallon in Greater Springfield.
Massachusetts wiretap law hasn’t been amended in about 50 years. Some state officials think it’s about time for that law to be updated.
A survey found 179 million Americans are planning to partake in Halloween related events.
Lucky really loves people and his person said the 3 best things about Lucky are his “personality, heart and soul.”
Western Massachusetts could use some rain. 22News is working for you with the impact of the dry weather.
The Massachusetts Chapter of the American College of Surgeons held an advocacy summit at the State House on Monday.
Western Massachusetts welcomes its first Mercedes Benz dealership since Lewbar Imports in West Springfield closed 10 years ago.
Executive Producers Jessica Queller and Robert Rovner talk about the next episode of Supergirl, airing Monday at 8/7c!
22News explains a proposal to update procedures for state agencies and local governing boards.
Local credit unions are doing their part to help children in need.
Springfield Mayor Dominic Sarno and the group ‘Unify Against Bullying’ made the proclamation on the steps of City Hall Monday afternoon.