Police are searching for a home invasion suspect in Chicopee, Friday night, after arresting another suspect on Montgomery Street.
The State Fire Marshal said the communications connection broke less than 48 hours before the deadly New Year’s Day fire.
A man living in Springfield was arrested on Friday for allegedly using an American citizen’s identity to get Social Security benefits.
Monson’s police chief says that the victim rear-ended another car, and then was struck by a pickup truck after she got out of her vehicle.
22News discovered how investigators can use technology to get valuable accident information.
Millions watched as our 45th President was sworn in at the Washington D.C. Some are still getting use to the fact that Trump is President.
WE ARE OPEN! That’s the message from some downtown Springfield business owners impacted by the casino construction.
The Iron Duke Brewing Company claims their property owner, Westmass Development, could evict them from the Ludlow Mills.
Longmeadow Girl Scouts created care packages to help keep the homeless warm this winter.
To stay safe on the side of the road, automotive experts told 22News you should use more than just your hazard lights.
The wait is over. A new Registry of Motor Vehicles will open in the City of Springfield on Monday.
Recent apartment and multi-family home fires have people asking, is a smoke detector enough protection?
President Donald Trump’s supporters crowded the Capitol to watch the inauguration, while others expressed their disapproval.
Suffield Police arrested a suspect for allegedly stealing more than $1,400 worth of blood test strips in the summer of 2016.
22News spoke to students from Sabis International Charter School to see what they had to say about being a part of U.S. history.
The exercise will allow pilots to train with live missiles and practice realistic air combat scenarios.
State law requires all drivers to stop when a school bus has its flashing lights on and its stop sign out.
Chants of “Donald! Donald! Donald!” broke out at a party attended by about 100 local Republicans at the Anchor House in Wilbraham.
It’s the 6th straight season that the Pats have played for the AFC title, and that means big bucks for some local stores and restaurants.
The “Steps for Syria” event was hosted by the high school’s International Club and raised money for The United Nations Children’s Fund.