A car crashed into what appears to be the garage of a house on St. James Avenue Saturday night.
Rave Cinema told 22News that most of their showings have been sold out. Lots of people came dressed up in Star Wars fan gear.
It was a night of hockey and Chanukah as the Springfield Thunderbirds took on the Hartford Wolfpack at the Mass Mutual Center.
The group says they have been working to perfect their secret rolling technique and will use 1,000 grams of their own pot trimmings.
As cryptocurrency popularity increases, scam artists are trying to take advantage of the craze.
It appears that not all of these furry weather predictors have closed up shop for the winter.
State Police found marijuana, drug packaging materials, a loaded handgun, money and open containers of alcohol.
President Trump vows to “rebuild” the FBI while denying any collusion with Russia, calling the ongoing investigation a “Democrat hoax.”
A 95-year-old veteran and his daughter take on home invader, eventually wresting him to the ground and holding him until police arrive.
The UPS employees expect the volume of packages to increase each day as Western Massachusetts customers rush to beat the deadline.
22News is working for you with why you should avoid ponds and rivers. They are still unsafe for ice skating.
It’s become something of a Westfield tradition just before Christmas for the veteran lawmaker to invite everyone in his district to the Amel…
PTSO members collected clothing and non-perishable food Saturday at the Chicopee Public Library from generous donors.
Thousands of people lined up in 20-degree temperatures to visit the ballpark and have the chance to buy tickets to some home games.
Tran won a Dec. 5 special election in the 3rd Worcester District to succeed Democrat Jennifer Flanagan.
Massachusetts State Police says the state plans to replace its aging analog radio network with a new digital system that will help first res…
22News explains how celebrating the holidays can be overwhelming for families with autistic kids.
With just nine days remaining before Christmas Day, many shoppers are getting serious about their gift buying.
Stop & Shop gift cards were provided to individuals who turn in an operable firearm.
People who bring unwanted weapons to the 16th annual Goods for Guns program Saturday are eligible for a $25 gift card.