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…
There won’t be a shortage of Pancake Batter for the World’s Largest Pancake Breakfast feeding thousands in downtown Springfield.
A mysterious police investigation in Westfield. 22News discovered if there’s any threat to the public.
Remember to leave non-perishable food items out for your letter carrier Saturday, to help out local food pantries.
Technology helped the City of Westfield save money removing snow this past winter.
Prosecutors say Aaron Thorne of New Haven was trying to avoid police when he crashed a stolen SUV into a tree, killing his passengers.
Five-year-old Darren McQuade has been diagnosed with Duchenne’s muscular dystrophy.
Wilbraham firefighters were on duckling duty Friday morning, after they found ten stranded in a storm drain.
Springfield Police Department narcotics officers raided an apartment on Worthington Street Thursday night.
The new hotel is being constructed on the site of the former Day’s Inn on Memorial Drive, near the Mass Pike.
Springfield police say they received a call about a man walking around with a gun Thursday evening.
Speakers at local college commencements this year include Senator Elizabeth Warren and media icon Oprah Winfrey.
Springfield police are still searching for suspects following a deadly shooting near a North End gas station Thursday morning.
Roberto Santiago is expected to return to court for a hearing, one month after he was ordered held without bail.
Members of the western Massachusetts “Jobs Not Jails” coalition believe criminal justice reform will save millions in taxpayer dollars.
Police started investigating two locations in the City of Westfield last week.
The donation was made in the name of a long-time chair of the schools music department and passed away.