Springfield firefighters were called to a house at 382 Walnut Street just after 7:00 p.m. Sunday night for a fire.
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Sunday drivers on the highway may have hit a slowdown traveling northbound.
Our hearts are heavy here at 22News. Sunday, many of us said goodbye to friend and colleague Mark Wiernasz.
Four people were taken to the hospital after a man from Connecticut allegedly drove through a red light, causing a three-car crash.
A new executive order from Mayor Martin directs police not to ask about a person’s immigration status unless it directly relates to a crime.
The stop illustrated the importance of road work and local infrastructure improvements.
Frustration is reaching new heights for drivers along I-91 in Springfield.
It’s official! MGM Springfield will have competition. MGM’s ability to tap into Connecticut’s gaming market will face a $300-million dollar …
The Tiger Trolley in South Hadley is being eliminated, while the PVTA is reducing service on other routes.
A long-time western Massachusetts ski area is selling their slopes to new owners after reduced attendance.
The PVTA will have to make some hard choices. PVTA Administrator Sandra Sheehan told 22News they’ll look at every revenue stream to balance …
Certain property owners living near Barnes Air National Guard Base could be able to sell their homes, due to high noise levels.
The accident happened around 4:40pm Sunday afternoon at the intersection of Memorial Drive and James Street near the Knights of Columbus.
The festivities began at noon Saturday. A polka mass was attended by Polish Bishop of the Springfield Diocese Mitchell Rozanski.
It’s an escalating war of words between parishioners of a former church and leaders of their faith.
22News is working for you with information you need to know to about insurance responsibility.
A flashing yellow arrow is the safer alternative to the traditional left turn arrow which goes from green to yellow to a steady green light.
“Phase two” construction causing delays for Springfield drivers.
The solar industry is calling on the state to change with the industry.
The state would then pass the discount along to fire and police departments, schools, and public health entities.