Springfield Police said a man fired a couple of shots in the air on Sherman Street, Friday night, after an argument with a woman.
A woman and her five year-old son were sitting at a booth when the car came smashing through the wall.
A 48-year-old woman from Lee was sentenced in U.S. District Court for embezzling thousands of dollars from the Lenox National Bank.
A YWCA Domestic Violence Counselor told 22News abuse takes place in every community, and it’s important pay attention to the signs.
22News found a new program for people battling cancer, which makes sure they don’t go through it alone.
22News went to Forest Park in Springfield on Friday to ask people if they think winter is behind us.
The Springfield Thunderbirds picked up a franchise record with a win Friday night against the Lehigh Valley Phantoms.
The two bridges that will be repaired on North Blandford Road and Gore Road were falling apart, and both of them are heavily travelled.
Westfield State University hopes that state funds will lead to a new concentration focused on a burgeoning career field.
Last weekend, several people and families bared the cold in the morning and went onto North Pond for a good cause.
The Air Force fini-flight tradition dates back to World War II and recognizes pilots and aircrew members for their service.
Problem pothole? Crumbling sidewalk? Storm drain issue? There’s an app for that!
Hazardous materials team was called to Monson on Friday after a Postal Service worker noticed a piece of mail leaking a suspicious powder.
Holyoke police officers found Anthony Sirakowski unresponsive after having been shot several times on Pine Street.
Friday, hundreds of women packed the Log Cabin in Holyoke to raise money and awareness for women’s heart disease.
The owner of a property in the South End hopes to build a new hotel, but preservationists tried to save the building that’s already there.
A report by a special commission concluded our state has underestimated funding for schools by at least $1 billion a year.
The warmer weather has provided a perfect opportunity for DPW crews to make some much-needed road repairs.
The upcoming parade in Holyoke was on the mind of Ireland’s Consul General during her visit to western Massachusetts.
The exhibit of works by artist Larry “Poncho” Brown will be on display at Tower Square through March 23.