A 49-year-old woman from Hadley was seriously injured around 3 p.m., when the tree fell on Smith Avenue.
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Fifteen to 20 coyotes were seen in a residential area off Dewey Street over the weekend.
West Springfield police are waiting on autopsy results to see whether further investigation is needed.
Attorney General Maura Healey joined Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno for an event at Forest Park on Wednesday.
At 94 years old, Greenleaf had been one of the few remaining survivors of the 1941 attack.
Joshua Calcorzi was arraigned Monday in New Britain Superior Court on charges of second-degree kidnapping.
This is the second year that locals are bringing farm fresh food to the urban table.
Police believe he is driving a red, 2013 Lincoln MKX with Vermont Plate QLTMKR.
One of the vehicles was forced into a tree.
No word on when contract negotiations between the hospital and nurses union will resume.
The convictions of seven defendants were dismissed.
Holyoke Health Center hosted a mobile eye care clinic at their Maple Street location on Thursday.
One person was injured and is expected to survive.
Two women and 19 men graduated Wednesday from the state’s “Career Recruit Firefighting Training program” in Springfield.
Students at the Barry School in Chicopee duct taped their principal to the wall Wednesday to help raise funds for end of the year activities…
A giant inflatable projector screen will be used to screen family favorites Homeward Bound, Tarzan, and Up at three city parks next month.
A State Police told 22News the right lane between the two exits were closed.
The proposal would more than double the current 12 percent tax on recreational marijuana to 28 percent.
Despite temperatures in excess of 90 degrees, plenty of people were walking, running, and biking around on Tuesday.
Springfield’s annual 4th of July Celebration will bring thousands of people downtown to see the fireworks launched from the Memorial Bridge.