Dress for Success held its annual Referring Agency Thank You Breakfast at Mercy Medical Center in Springfield Wednesday morning.
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Over 500 Massachusetts business owners are calling on Governor Baker to withdraw support for building natural gas pipelines in the state.
Mardell Davis is also facing charges of rape, sexual assault, and homicide in connection to warrants in Maryland.
The final vote begins for a replacement mascot for the Lord Jeff, which trustees dropped last year.
The City Council is holding a special meeting on Monday night concerning the storm and the city’s response.
22News was there when a driver slammed into the side of the building.
Police are looking for the shooter who they say is 21-year-old Jose Marte of Cold Spring Avenue in West Springfield.
Mayor Richard Kos swore in the newest members of the department during a ceremony at Chicopee City Hall.
The crash temporarily caused the closure of lanes in both directions on State Street.
Hazardous materials team was called to Monson on Friday after a Postal Service worker noticed a piece of mail leaking a suspicious powder.
Oprah Winfrey will deliver Smith College’s Commencement Address on Sunday, May 21st
Monson Firefighters were able to successfully rescue a dog that fell through the ice on a pond, Wednesday afternoon.
Springfield Police are searching for a man accused of stealing a package from an apartment on Taylor Street.
MassDOT is reminding drivers to clear the snow off your car, including your license plate.
The system uses real-time message boards to tell drivers how and when to merge, based on data collected by sensors.
Public health workers and safety officials gather in Holyoke to practice how to prepare for a biological attack.
Wilbraham Police are mourning the loss of one of their police dogs.
Lanesborough Police are searching for a man who allegedly attempted to abduct a young girl at the Berkshire Mall last weekend.
22News has obtained a copy of the resignation letter that Administrator Mary MacInnes submitted to the PVTA Advisory Board.
Western Massachusetts high school students will soon have more opportunities to work in science and technology fields.