Wednesday over 1000 backpacks were delivered to six different school districts to be given to students who are homeless.
The use of chemicals will cause the reservoir to be closed for recreational purposes for at least 24 hours.
State public health officials say preventable medical errors reported by full-service Massachusetts hospitals jumped 60 percent last year.
Palmer District Court Judge Thomas Estes sentenced David Becker to two years of probation, rather than jail time.
Wilbraham Police are investigating an incident where a vehicle was stolen and another vehicle on the same property had been broken into.
Four Mass. teachers are among the 213 recipients nationwide of the award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.
It’s a local story that’s given rise to outrage across the country. Probation and no jail time after rape allegations in East Longmeadow.
Holyoke Police closed a section of Dwight Street, Tuesday night, after a fire pit fire near an apartment building.
You’ll have a chance to tell the state what you think about their new all electronic tolling system. Two meetings are in western Mass.
A long awaited update Tuesday night on the construction of Pope Francis High School. 22News was there when the plans were outlined.
Detectives allegedly found 5,600 bags of heroin and some cocaine, and arrested three men as part of the weekend raid.
Police say that two men forced their way into the victim’s room, and then stole some of his belongings, as well as his car.
The Town of East Longmeadow still hasn’t settled on an amount to pay former Police Chief Doug Mellis.
The Chicopee City Council heard from both sides of a proposed ban on plastic bags in the city.
A birthday celebration was held at Magazine Park for Francine Jiles, who was murdered more than six years ago in Springfield.
There is an updated plan to accommodate home-owners impacted by the jets from Barnes Air National Guard Base.
We now know which teams Springfield’s new hockey team will play. 22News took a look at the schedule and some of their match-ups.
Denis Normand of Springfield is the third $1 million prize winner in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s new “Hit $500!” instant game.
People with allergies will have to spend more money to buy an EpiPen, as the cost of EpiPens are up nationwide.
Members of the community have come forward to help the local agency, which provides food for Springfield-area residents.