Parts of Springfield’s South End look the same as they did when the June 1st tornado struck, but 22News found out that will change soon.
If you thought putting money aside in your emergency savings fund has been tough for you and your family, you’re not alone.
Juror’s names must now be made public after a trial. The 22News I-Team discovered this won’t be a big change in western Massachusetts.
UMass Amherst is trying to prevent a disturbance during the Super Bowl. 22News found out what measures the school is taking.
Students at Monson High School were cleared from the building Thursday morning, after a threatening message was discovered.
Local teens are accused of spray painting swastikas and the word “Jews” on Sherman Ave. 22News looked deeper into the hate crime law.
A popular GPS app gives drivers more information about whom and what they’ll find along their route.
Chicopee police are looking for a man who robbed a convenience store during the early afternoon hours Thursday.
The Red Cross of Western Mass. committed a vast amount of personnel and resources to help people in Boston.
Some residents in Springfield were allegedly throwing ice and swinging shovels at plow trucks during the storm cleanup.
If you have yet to shovel the sidewalk in front of your house, police may soon issue you a $50 fine.
Businesses who used to fall under the care of the Business Improvement District had to shovel their own sidewalks.