The owl suffered head trauma and wing injuries after apparently being struck by a car on Route 19 Tuesday night.
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The state fire marshal’s office says that the victim had been smoking while using medical oxygen, and his clothes caught fire.
State police searched the campus Monday, following a report of a man in a trench coat, possibly wearing body armor.
The Archdiocese of Hartford informed parishioners over the weekend that the former St. Martha Church will again be a separate parish.
A 24 year-old man was taken to the hospital following the incident, where he died.
People on the 4th floor at the Roderick Ireland Courthouse were cleared from the building, due to the smell of smoke.
Fifteen year-old Karley Barber was reported missing by members of her family.
A section of South Maple Street is closed while Eversource Energy crews make repairs.
Support for the proposal is particularly high here in western Massachusetts, where 87% of those surveyed saying that they are in favor.
Lawyers, social workers, and other employees who represent poor clients say that they do not have the same rights that other state employees…
The attorney general will hold an open discussion with the audience during the event at UMass Amherst.
The victim says that he was attacked Saturday evening when he went to let his dog out.
Police say that surveillance footage showed the suspect entering victims’ cars along with her boyfriend.
More than 100 aftershocks followed the magnitude 7.3 quake.
Firefighters were called to 508 Chicopee Street around 8:00 a.m. for a report of a structure fire.
Exit 5 was closed for a time, and only one travel lane was getting by, while the crash between a car and a fuel tanker was cleared away.
The shooting appears random and there are no indications that it was an act of terror, police say.
Five of the eight people killed in a terror attack in lower Manhattan Tuesday were from Argentina, that country’s government says.
22News is working for you with a listing of local roadways that are shut down due to overnight storm damage.
Ludlow police say that the couple, who are Chicopee residents, were arrested Thursday night on five felony counts of larceny.