Springfield Police have issued arrest warrants for two women suspected of stealing a wallet with a thousand dollars in it.
Holyoke Detectives arrested a 27-year-old man on Thursday for allegedly being involved in several shootings throughout the city.
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Chicopee Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a brother and sister, who were last seen early Wednesday evening.
Police charged the American swimmer on Thursday with filing a false robbery report over an incident during the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
Preventable medical errors have increased in Massachusetts. 22News found out one local hospital is mentioned prominently in the report.
The Bridge Home offers a place to stay for six to eight men recovering from previous drug and alcohol abuse.
There have been a rash of overdoses just in the past few weeks nationwide and the CDC said urgent action is needed to fight opioid addiction…
22News is working for you with a list of when students will be returning to school.
Springfield Technical Community College offers students a smooth transition to state universities.
The cookout put officers to work, grilling burgers and hot dogs for nearly 100 people, and showing kids their police equipment.
The sounds of southern blues and rock filled downtown Springfield on the last night of the eight summer concert series.
The Advertising Club of Western Massachusetts invited guests along for a night on the water aboard the famous “Lady Bea.”
A six-year-old boy is recovering from serious injuries after he was struck by a minivan and the incident was caught on camera.
The recommendations are from a commission intended to make inspection more efficient and reduce the backlog of elevators awaiting inspection…
The U.S. Department of Education has banned ITT Educational Services from enrolling new students who use federal financial aid.
Hillary Clinton is taking aim at Donald Trump once again. This time, accusing the Trump and his campaign of promoting prejudice and paranoia…
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Civil rights groups are renewing calls for an investigation into the shooting of a terrorism suspect accused of pointing a knife at police.
Prosecutors say the family whose children the man is charged with sexually assaulting reported seeing him driving around their neighborhood.