The Springfield City Council created two committees to help improve the public relationship with the police, as well as MGM Springfield.
State Representative Bud Williams believes staying on the City Council will help secure more resources for Springfield.
Springfield firefighters were able to quickly put out a bedroom fire, Monday afternoon, in the city’s Upper Hill neighborhood.
Ice should be about a foot thick before you can drive a truck over it. This weekend, it was only about 3″ thick.
22News takes a look at when you should seek medical treatment, and when you should just ride the sickness out.
Bella is a very sweet-natured young girl, who had poor care in her previous home, so she’s learning a lot of things later in life.
The Granville fire department released call statistics from 2016.
The money raised Monday will go to the Mayor Relief Fund set up for the families affected by the New Year’s Day fire.
Royal is the fourth president in the college’s 70-year history, and the first woman to hold the position.
The Springfield Democrat says President-elect Trump has shown more support for Julian Assange than for the intelligence community.
The panhandler is charged with possession of a stolen motor vehicle and various traffic violations.
Kimberly Izquierdo was chosen by her fellow committee members to receive this year’s prestigious 55th annual O’Connell award.
Boston Bruins Alumni competed against the Holy name Bantams and Peewee teams.
Western Massachusetts got its fair share of snow Saturday evening from the storm that swept up the East Coast.
The one car accident occurred Friday night at the intersection of Shoemaker Lane and Poplar street in Feeding Hills.
A young boy has been selling cards for years, to help his friend who is sick.
Sunday is the deadline for the completion of a solar field in Chicopee.
One person is in the hospital after a serious car crash early this Sunday morning.
Smoke was seen coming from the Chicopee Auto Service and Sales Center at 926 Front Street.
As western Massachusetts continues to dig itself out, MassDOT is encouraging drivers to give snowplows some extra space.