The driver, an elderly woman, appear to have hit a pole and flipped over.
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A man who barricaded himself inside a home and threatened to kill himself was taken into custody and is being brought to a hospital.
After the city auditor resigned and the treasurer fell victim to a hack that lost the city $10,000, city leaders are demanding answers.
The rally was organized just one day ago…the word spread on social media and today, dozens of people showed up.
Agawam Mayor William Sapelli temporarily closed the business down due to safety concerns.
The city’s water department referred our questions to the legal department and they have not called us back.
The money in your bank account is insured by FDIC. Credit cards have fraud protection. But what about debit cards?
22News received several e-mails from viewers complaining of long wait times at hospital emergency rooms.
22News has an update on a key part of MGM Springfield’s casino project: the parking garage.
Exercise and a healthy diet are crucial to lowering your risk for heart disease, especially if you are feeling stressed or depressed.
In the car world, President’s Day means sales. Dealerships are getting creative in their discounts.
A new pumping station will be able to move more sewage into the Bondi’s Island wastewater treatment plant.
You can report suspicious activity to the Hadley Police by calling them at 413-584-0883.
The accident happened in the area of 299 College Highway at about 12:15 Sunday afternoon.
It’s not clear if the student will face discipline or criminal charges.
The Holyoke Treasurer’s Office was the victim of a cyber attack that cost the city $10,000.
The school committee will meet Wednesday night at the school department central offices on Bliss Road.
Thunderbirds players were at the Dunkin Donuts on North Elm Street to sign some autographs and meet some of their biggest fans.
We all know, the basics… eat healthy and exercise more. But there are also a lot of little thing you can change in your everyday life.
The precedent-setting ruling by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court comes after two guns were found under a car’s hood in Holyoke.