The shot was fired through one of the classroom windows of the Morgan Elementary School Wednesday evening.
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A shooting on Maple Street in Springfield sent two people to the hospital Saturday morning.
The man was hit in the middle of the intersection of Mill and Locust Streets, right by the Citgo gas station.
Riders told 22News, the transit authority and the state needs to take the well being of riders into consideration and not cut service.
Thursday is National Password Day and the Better Business Bureau has some suggestions to make your passwords more secure.
There will be an increased police presence at two schools in Hampshire County today due to planned safety drills.
Ticks thrive year-round, including the colder months, which is why its important to keep your pets protected year-round.
22News found out that some eligible communities might be missing this opportunity.
22News found out the renovations are part of a nearly decade capital improvement project.
We may have sprung forward closer to spring, but snow may be on the way.
22News went to Easthampton High School and found out it wasn’t just students looking for change.
Amherst College women’s basketball team is going into the NCAA Sweet Sixteen this weekend undefeated.
Health care providers, recovery experts and loved ones gathered to discuss how substance abuse and eating disorders intersect.
22News discovered that this simple organism is trying to answer some complex problems.
Wednesday’s nor’easter brought nearly two feet of heavy wet snow to parts of the Pioneer Valley.
UMass is encouraging its 30,000 students to recycle in an effort to reduce waste, and gain national recognition.
Fire officials are reminding residents to keep fire hydrants clear after Wednesday’s nor’easter.
Some parts of western Hampshire County could get more than a foot of snow, after receiving nearly 10 inches in Friday’s nor’easter.
While residents stocked up on the essentials, DPW workers were making sure they were prepared to dig the city out from the storm.
Prior to the Friday’s storm, DPW pothole repair crews had been working 11 hour shifts since last Monday.