A Springfield teenager was shot in the face on Belmont Avenue early Tuesday evening.
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Fire damaged the roof of an energy-from-waste facility in Agawam Monday night.
A 17-year-old boy was seriously hurt Thursday night, in what his mother allegedly told police she thought was a skateboard trick gone wrong.
South Deerfield’s fire station sent personnel and equipment to help fight a fire at Cliffside Apartments in Sunderland Wednesday night.
The School Committee’s taking public input to determine the make-up of a committee to study the feasibility of a site to build a new Fort Ri…
East Longmeadow Police told 22News officers and the fire department are at the location.
The Holyoke Police Accident Reconstruction Unit was called in to investigate a pedestrian accident on Lower Westfield Road Monday Night.
The shooting was reported at around 1:00 A.M. on South Summer Street.
All traffic was diverted off Interstate 391 South at exit 3 in Chicopee Thursday night.
A boy was injured when his bicycle nearly collided with a pickup truck on Elm Street in West Springfield Tuesday night.
Congressman Richard Neal told 22News he thinks the White House has a much bigger problem than its most recent staff shake-up.
More than 1,100 people lost power Tuesday night in Springfield’s Forest Park section.
Springfield Police said they likely won’t bring charges against the driver whose car was involved in a collision that injured a woman riding…
A 23-year-old Holyoke man who was critically injured in a one car crash late Friday night has died, and two others are under arrest.
Cotto was charged with driving on a suspended license, operating an unregistered and uninsured motor vehicle and negligence.
A one-vehicle accident closed part of New Lombard Road in Chicopee Friday night.
Greenfield’s mayor released an executive order that relates to the town’s “sanctuary status.”
A state police helicopter had been called in to assist in the search, in the area of the Ashley Reservoir.
The compromise bill makes changes to the voter-approved recreational marijuana law, including a maximum marijuana tax of 20 percent.
We lost our longtime friend and co-worker Mark Wiernasz this week.