Clear the Shelters Day is just 3 days away and there are hundreds of pets that need forever homes right here in Western Massachusetts.
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Parents Television Council met in Springfield to address the challenges parents face when it comes to monitoring what their children watch.
Monday night residents were able to ask Sheriff Donelan about the program and voice their concerns.
That dog had been a topic of discussion at a dangerous dog hearing in the past.
It is not clear whether Ziggy actually dog bit the victim.
Starting later this year the lottery will have the authority to suspend that person’s ability to claim prizes.
Brady Kahle started selling his baseball card collection to raise money for his friend Landen who’d been diagnosed with brain cancer.
22News spoke with Westfield residents about how the International Air Show will impact traffic in the area.
The Department of Public Utilities is considering Eversource Energy’s proposal to raise electricity rates.
The problems have gotten so bad, homeowners have had sewage back up into their houses when it rains.
The Patriots were back on the field Friday for the second day of training camp.
A huge crowd of fans has again gathered outside Gillette Stadium to see their Pats take the field for practice.
22News was at Gillette Stadium where thousand of Patriots fans watched the team’s training camp.
A large crowd of fans gathered at the fields outside Gillette Stadium Thursday morning to watch the defending Super Bowl champions practice.
Minerva Willis turned 100 years old and the city threw her a party at the Mason Square Senior Center.
Bob “The Bike Man” Charland was honored Wednesday at the Valley Blue Sox game in Holyoke for his work in the community.
The parade, included over 50 Jeeps decked out in their brightest lights and Christmas decor.
Dozens of people found their vehicles damaged today after rocks fell from a nearby train track in Springfield.
The career fair was held at FutureWorks career center in Springfield
State Representative John Velis serves Western Massachusetts and the country in more ways than one.