22News heard from Palmer residents and parents who saw “positives” in this move to close the Converse Middle School.
Two Springfield women were arrested and are facing drug trafficking charges.
Springfield Federal Judge Mark Mastroianni granted a motion on Thursday to dismiss one of several defamation lawsuits filed.
Construction crews have continued to make progress in the city’s South End, where a seven-story parking garage is nearing completion.
Thursday’s announcement comes less than a year after MGM won a joint bid with the venue’s current management, Spectra.
The organization hosted an event Thursday night to educate people of all ages how they can “weed out asthma triggers” in their homes.
The Sons of the American Legion based out of Westfield donated nearly $2,000 to the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home this week.
With the open water on Congamond Lake in recent weeks the North Pond Ice Fishing Derby was in potential jeopardy of being postponed.
New survey released by the national safety council found 13% of drivers said they drove after using marijuana, 10% after drinking alcohol.
Agawam Deputy Fire Chief B.J. Calvi told 22News that a truck leaked about 600 pounds of spent cooking oil.
The “extreme drought” has moved out of our area, with a portion of the Berkshires not even under drought conditions at all.
The snow has been removed from a lot of the roads but there is another problem making driving very challenging.
Diverticulosis is a condition where small pouches form weak spots in the wall of the large intestine.
People are still digging out from the snow we had last week and this past weekend.
22News is working for you with how the snow is affecting parking in downtown Springfield.
Westfield’s State Rep, John Velis, opposes a bill filed by fellow Democrat, Sen. Lesser of Longmeadow.
Fire Department spokesperson Dennis Leger said the store’s gas line was hit during a delivery at the rear of the building.
Aviation Machinist’s Mate 1st Class David Coulombe, from Palmer, Massachusetts is currently working on USS John C. Stennis.
Days after Sunday’s storm, cities and towns throughout western Massachusetts are still working to clear the snow.
Tuesday night, 22News showed you a parking lot that hadn’t been plowed and left residents stranded, and now the snow has been plowed.