For more than 25 years deserving high students in Western Massachusetts have received $2,500 college scholarships.
Dozens of determined churchgoers took to the streets Sunday afternoon calling for an end to violence in Springfield.
Agawam Fire Dispatch told 22News a woman was reported to be “unresponsive” and underneath an ATV in the woods of Robinson State Park.
Volunteers from Lowe’s Springfield home improvement store started planting the club’s 125th anniversary commemorative garden.
Two men with masks walked into the T-Mobile store on Belmont Avenue in Springfield and held up employees at gunpoint.
Seat belts and air bags likely saved lives in a head-on crash that hospitalized three people.
Neighbors in Springfield’s Historic McKnight district weren’t about to allow a pouring rain to spoil Saturday’s annual block party.
One man was shot in Springfield’s Lower Forest Park neighborhood on Saturday afternoon.
Their continuing mission is to alert drivers that horses and their riders have the right of way.
A Chicopee firefighter was injured while he was helping to put out a apartment fire late Saturday afternoon at 8 Volpe Drive.
There have been multiple shootings in the city of Springfield this week.
A man is recovering from stab wounds Saturday night after being stabbed and beaten outside of Kelly’s Bar in Chicopee.
Springfield Police Officers rescued a falcon, Wednesday night, while on patrol in the downtown area. The falcon is months old.
Springfield Mayor Sarno is fed up with all the recent gun violence. 22News explains how you can get involved to stop the violence.
A raccoon tested positive for rabies in Westfield. Now, anyone who may have come in contact with it needs to be tested.
EMS crews used naloxone to save an overdose victim, and they were able get there in time because a bystander called 9-1-1.
Springfield police set up a perimeter in the area of Court Square after a shot was fired outside the Juvenile Courthouse midday Friday.
Witnesses saw the suspect get into argument on the corner of Euclid Avenue and Belmont Avenue in Springfield.
30 teams and hundreds of people were walking at Springfield Central H.S. Friday for The American Cancer Society “Relay for Life.”
Cleide Fernandes decided to raise money this way after her son was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis a year ago, when he was 17-years-old.