Springfield Police recovered a semi-automatic pistol Wednesday night while investigating reports of shots fired in Forest Park.
Another Springfield neighborhood meeting was held Wednesday night as the City considers extending the ban on new pawn shop licenses.
Longmeadow residents voted Tuesday night to preserve the Wolf Swamp Fields, and not allow the DPW building to be built there.
Springfield City Councilors are concerned about the city’s infrastructure after last week’s water main break on Main Street.
Longmeadow voters decided against three proposals that would tighten restrictions on gun owners in the town.
East Longmeadow’s former Town Administrator, Gregg Neffinger, said the Select Board didn’t have the authority to fire him.
Clean energy advocates want you to reduce your carbon footprint by attaching an extra fee at the gas pump.
A young owl has been taken to Tufts Veterinary School for treatment, after being found injured Wednesday morning.
Jobs are available but qualified workers may not know it. 22News explains how local business leaders are trying to boost our economy.
Professionals and business owners are among those leaving Puerto Rico as the island struggles through a major financial crisis.
22News found out how an award winning author spreads her message about culture and community among western Mass. students.
The weather has been very nice over the last several days. 22News is working for you with why you’re being asked to plant something.
The program offers a chance for people who owe state taxes to pay them, without also having to pay penalties.
Mayor Brian Sullivan announced that Westfield is still seeking a location for the annual 4th of July fireworks celebration.
Firefighters have been able to stop the fire from spreading to a nearby multi-family home.
Traffic was detoured for a period after the call came in at 4:30 a.m. That stretch of road re-opened before 6:30 a.m.
The 22News I-Team reveals why the state may have to hike toll prices to make up for lost money.
Longmeadow rejected all 3 proposed gun control measures on Tuesday. Some feared the bylaws took away their 2nd amendment rights.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation was in Westfield, Tuesday night, to get public input on a 5-year, $14-billion project.
The former Town Administrator is arguing that the Select Board didn’t have the authority to fire him and he wants to be compensated.