Chicopee police found a suspect hiding in a shed near the intersection of Granby Road and Simonich Street after a short search Sunday aftern…
There were three of them in the yard Sunday morning. A mama bear and her cubs on Mother’s Day.
A man was robbed just before 10 o’clock Saturday night at the corner of Dickinson and Walden streets.
Partner’s is packed on Mother’s day, with many families coming back year after year to celebrate.
Ludlow police arrested 24-year-old Christopher Rodriguez from Springfield for cocaine distribution.
Firefighters were called to a fire at an apartment complex in Springfield overnight. Everyone made it out of the apartment safely.
The 132nd graduating class received their diplomas Saturday in the time honored academic ceremony.
Past and Present honored mothers were treated to a private reception, before attending a concert in their honor.
A stubborn bear decided to block traffic in Palmer, ignoring any attempts to get it to move for several minutes.
The American Heart Association hosted an event in Westfield to help raise money for research in to heart disease.
Saturday was a day to bring awareness and support to those who have survived breast cancer or are still fighting.
22News spoke with Holyoke Police about a rollover crash that occurred on Route 5 and Dwight Street in Holyoke.
The World’s Largest Pancake Breakfast was held Saturday morning, attracting a crowd of thousands of people to downtown Springfield.
Friday’s weather was perfect for golfers to take to the course and hold an auction to raise money for a West Springfield school.
Dozens of bullets were fired into a house in Springfield’s Mason Square neighborhood Friday night.
A Friday night fundraiser for the Ronald McDonald House of Springfield to benefit services for parents in need.
If you suffer from allergies, the fluffy balls that have been floating around the air are a good sign.
22News spoke with local businesses about how they are preparing for this Mother’s Day rush.
State lawmakers are proposing free breakfast after the bell, that could reach 150,000 Massachusetts students in need.
Hampden County is getting a failing grade when it comes to public health. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation ranked Hampden County 14 out of…