The suspect, who was wanted on multiple warrants out of district and superior court, was arrested Tuesday morning.
Boaters and swimmers be aware! A popular spot for water recreation will be off limits for a couple days this week.
The eternal flame at the monument on the Town Common is no longer burning, and the mechanism will be re-designed.
The city’s financial reporting team is led by City Comptroller Patrick Burns and Chief Administrative and Financial Officer Timothy Plante.
The temperature hit 90 degrees at Westover Air Reserve Base in Chicopee early Tuesday afternoon, marking three consecutive days of 90+ heat.
Westfield parents were provided with a glimpse into the online worlds their children may experience and the potential dangers.
Storms could arrive as early as noon Tuesday, though chances for strong storms last into the evening.
Voting will begin at the Longmeadow Community house at 8:00 a.m. and will last until 8:00 p.m.
Residents reported people going through their cars around 4 a.m., Sunday morning.
West Springfield police say a truck hit some low wires and took down two utility poles on Bliss Street Monday night.
Dogs can suffer from heat stroke, just like humans.
An exterminator tells 22News how you can control spiders entering your home during the heat.
A private investigator has developed information which they plan to act on this week.
The suspects checked car doors until they found one that was open.
Without lifeguards and sometimes located in secluded areas, illegal swimming spots can pose a serious safety risk.
The suspect is described as a white male with arm tattoos.
Laura Reilly allegedly gave detectives wrong information during an investigation.
More than 200 Eversource customers lost power Monday night after a transformer fire on Old Farm Road.
Deep in debt, Puerto Rico makes a push to become our 51st state. 22News discovered if there’s any chance that it happens.
Gizmo has learned how to sit, come and stay and he’s a 4-star snuggler!