High speed rail connecting Boston to Springfield is inching forward.
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Friday afternoon’s rain did not stop people from coming out to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms.
Police in Southwick are advising residents about what to do in case a hungry bear visits their property.
3,000 jobs are up for grabs and on Thursday the gaming commission voted on MGM’s workforce development plan.
Springfield’s deputy director of code enforcement says that they have been trying to get the property owner to clean everything up.
Don’t let spoiled mayo ruin your Memorial Day weekend! 22News is working for you with some important food safety tips.
Nearly 40-million Americans will travel at least 50 miles this weekend.
Having digital records, rather than numerous paper copies, saves the city space, and reduces its carbon footprint.
Police are urging residents to keep their cars locked, and store valuables out of sight.
A Chicopee driver got a surprise Sunday when she head the sound of a cat meowing inside her car.
A Greenfield driver received minor injuries after a crash involving a fire truck.
An Instagram post including a gun and a threatening message regarding Ludlow public school students is being investigated by police.
The park was opened at the sire of The 2003 Station nightclub fire, in which 100 people were killed.
The results of Wilbraham’s marijuana ballot question are in, and residents have decided to prohibit all marijuana establishments.
People aren’t the only ones buzzing about this hot weather. It’s leading to an early spike in bee stings.
22News spoke with several Mason Square residents who are concerned about the increase in violence in the area.
The DOT says the lane shift and closures will be on Monday night instead of Friday night.
22News talked to Westfield residents to see if they are concerned about the lack of information.
The high temperatures outside can mean even higher temperatures inside of your car.
Residents are responding to a controversial towing situation in Springfield by claiming they have no choice but to park illegally.