Agawam Police need the public’s help in identifying a man who allegedly robbed a bank on Main Street, Friday afternoon.
Rico Daniele’s market was heavily damaged in the 2011 tornado. He told 22News he got nervous when he heard about Friday’s Tornado Watch.
Friday night rain and cool temperatures will clear up on Saturday in time for the holiday weekend.
The management company is warning people that parking is only available for patrons conducting business.
According to the Centers for Disease Control there are 25,000 new cases of Lyme disease every month.
The 22News I-Team went to ten liquor stores in western Massachusetts to see how rampant this problem is.
Three-time Olympic gold medalist Misty May-Treanor will be inducted into the Volleyball Hall of Fame.
As storms pass through western Massachusetts, some scattered strong to severe storms were still possible through midnight.
Trash picked up in Springfield led to radioactive alarms going off at a waste facility in Agawam. 22News found out what set off the alarms.
There are some very definite rules about when to fly the flag at half staff. 22News found out that veterans often feel it’s done improperly.
The woman, who died of her injuries as a result of the crash, was a resident of Three Rivers.
Longmeadow Police confirmed that two of the stolen credit cards had been used at the Best Buy and Target on Elm Street in Enfield.
It was a historic day in East Longmeadow. 22News was there when the new town council convened for their very first meeting.
A cyclist was taken to the hospital, following the crash on Dwight Street Friday morning.
Social media is fun and resourceful but sometimes the information shared by citizens may not be completely accurate.
The firefighter responsible for the dog’s rescue had recently saved another pet from a burning home.
Friday was graduation day for dozens of Western Massachusetts young mothers planning to attend college.
Hundreds of people are expected to observe the Spirit of Springfield’s July 4th fireworks from boats on the Connecticut River.
Hundreds will gather for a solemn remembrance near the summit of Mount Tom, marking 70 years since a bomber crashed into the mountain.
Some homeless young adults in Westfield now have a place to call home.