Only one lane of traffic is being allowed through the tollbooth in each direction.
One person was taken to the hospital following the crash at Pine and Central Streets.
F-15 aircraft may occasionally takeoff and land in non-standard directions during the exercise.
You will now be able to get a season pass for Bright Nights at Forest Park for the first time ever.
The new power plant will provide energy to critical Baystate facilities in the event of a local power loss.
Eric Rosa was named Springfield’s Veteran of the Year during a ceremony at Springfield City Hall.
Springfield. Holyoke, Pittsfield, South Hadley, and Palmer will all consider whether to adopt the Community Preservation Act (CPA).
Barnes and Westover have survived military cuts in the past, but will a new President and administration be looking to overhaul the defense …
Public demand for police body cameras is at all-time high. The 22News I-Team reveals why few local police departments have body cameras.
The state launched a new website to help you compare electricity supply rates. 22News found out how you can explore cheaper options.
Springfield Police arrested two men and are searching for a third, who are suspected of a crime spree in Massachusetts and Connecticut.
The layoffs impact more than 10 offices, including the company’s headquarters on State Street in Springfield.
The first snowstorm of this season brought down trees and branches, which damaged homes and caused massive power outages in western Mass.
It’s an issue that angered some Westfield residents. 22News found out why a new athletic stadium is generating so much controversy.
If you need help paying or lowering the cost of your utility bills this winter, now’s the time to take action.
Westover Air Reserve Base contributed nearly $200-million to the local economy this fiscal year, $24-million short from last year.
A family was forced from their Agawam home due to a fire early Tuesday afternoon.
The Republican has been attending events for his party’s legislative candidates, and showing his support for Ballot Question 2.
About 83% of those who have driven on the Pike in the last few days already have an E-ZPass transponder.
The state does not anticipate that there will be any major disruptions to their plan to demolish the remaining toll booths.