Polls open around the state at 7 a.m. Thursday and close at 8 p.m.
There were nine shootings in the Springfield recently, and one of those shootings took place a few blocks away from two elementary schools.
Wilbraham Police issued five citations in 20 minutes to vehicles allegedly speeding in front of the Wilbraham Middle School.
Springfield police say that 18 large marijuana plants were growing over a stockade fence, and neighbors could smell the odor.
More than a dozen shootings and 9 victims in less than a week in Springfield. 22News spoke with local residents dealing with the violence.
A man and a woman are facing drug and weapons charges following a lengthy investigation by Springfield narcotics detectives.
A man and a woman from Westfield have been identified as the people killed in a crash on Route 23 last week.
Wilbraham Police say that the driver of a pickup truck lost her brakes and struck three cars stopped at an intersection.
Chicopee police are looking for a pickup truck driver who they say may know about a hit-and-run crash, in which a 2 year-old was hurt.
It was a violent holiday weekend that extended into the work week; nine people were shot in Springfield within four days.
22News found out that students are trading “No Homework” for an extra two hours in school each day.
Gov. Charlie Baker has joined with officials from Walgreens to announce the creation of 13 drug take-back kiosks across the state.
Unfortunately many men and women who have served our country are having a difficult time finding employment.
The dry weather may not be good for our lawns but it is having a positive impact on the mosquito population this summer.
If you’ve had a problem with yellow jackets in or around your home this summer, 22News has tips with how you can get rid of them.
Hoyloke may soon be investing in some beautification projects. 22News explains what the money will be used for.
E-ZPass transponders flew off the shelves on Tuesday at Springfield’s Hungry Hill Senior Center.
West Springfield Mayor announced that the city will be receiving $247,500 in additional mitigation monies from the Gaming Commission.
Some of us will be voting in primary elections on Thursday. 22News found out how cities and towns are preparing, and what they’re expecting.
People looking for something special have descended on Brimfield from as far away as Australia, and as close by as Palmer.