#22NewsMarathon It’s a big day for runners of the Boston Marathon, who will be showing their support for victims of last year’s tragedy.
There are over 36,000 participants in this years Boston Marathon, and there is expected to be over a million people cheering them on. So if you’re there to route someone on or would like to keep track of where they are from home you can do so.
State and local police in the Hampden County town of Wales are searching for someone who ran from them.
The Agawam Police are asking for your help to arrest a suspected pharmacy robber.
Firefighters have put out a brush fire on Mt. Tom. that burned about 26 acres.
To some, the vintage Easter Parade may no longer seem relevant in today’s society.
But in Holyoke, it’s still alive and well.
Hundreds of people with no other place to go enjoyed Easter Sunday dinner this afternoon at Springfield’s High School of Commerce cafeteria.
Parishioners of the Mater Dolorosa Roman Catholic Church in Holyoke held their Easter Sunday service.
Longmeadow High School’s athletic field needs repairs as the result of what police call a drunk driving accident early Sunday morning.
For years a flowering cross has been a vital part of the Easter Sunday Service at Mittineague Congregational Church in West Springfield.
Firefighters are still working to put out a brush fire on Mt. Tom. 22News hiked to the top of the mountain to where the flames were causing firefighters trouble.
Two men were arrested overnight, shortly after Springfield police say they were involved in an armed robbery.
A man is hospitalized from a stabbing at a restaurant in Springfield early Sunday morning.
Hundreds of people turned out for a car show to raise money for Autism Speaks. They gathered Saturday at the Boston Road Plaza in Springfield to help raise money for autism research.
The area’s Catholic faithful flocked to St. Michael’s Cathedral in Springfield Saturday for an Easter Vigil.
Ludlow Police Sgt. Daniel Valadas told 22News they arrested 20 year old Dillon Roulston.
After they delivered more than 150 Easter dinners to the elderly, disabled and homebound, the Springfield Rescue Mission volunteers served Easter dinner to the homeless and people in need of companionship.
Chicopee Police Lt. Don Strange told 22News the fox was acting aggressive when it was shot and killed on Fletcher Circle at around 12:30 this afternoon.
If Memorial Day is the unofficial start of summer, some might consider Easter the real start of spring.
A Chicopee family suffered an Easter weekend tragedy Saturday. A fire severely damaged their home Saturday afternoon and killed their two pets.