Northbound drivers were avoiding clumps of wood debris, some with nails in it, on Interstate 391 in Chicopee Tuesday night.
Agawam Police announced Tuesday the seizure of a large amount of drugs during a news conference held at police headquarters.
Agawam police say that they seized more than $1.1 million in cash and about 118 pounds of high-quality marijuana in a major drug bust.
New subway cars for the MBTA will be manufactured in Springfield, pending the approval of the state Department of Transportation.
Construction work is underway on the Route 5 Tunnel in West Springfield; months after $800,000 in repairs were made to fix problem potholes.
Telemarketers can still find you on your cell phone. 22News explains how to find out if your number is on telemarketers calling lists.
More people in western Massachusetts are finding jobs. 22News is working for you with details on the latest employment numbers.
22News found out why doctors say the likelihood of that happening is still extremely low.
The airlines may be saving money on fueling their planes, but that doesn’t mean you should expect to save on travel as well.
The Ebola epidemic has focused the world’s attention on Africa, but there are many other health issues affecting the continent.
Did you happen to see a 5-foot in diameter balloon in the sky yesterday? It was searching for an invasive plant known as the water chestnut.
A grand jury has returned indictments against a man accused of firing several shots inside a Holyoke apartment two weeks ago.
New developments on a Chinese rail company’s proposal to build in Springfield are expected Tuesday.
With just two weeks until the statewide casino referendum, both sides of the “repeal” question are stepping up their campaign efforts.
Agawam will not be home to a major sports complex, at least not any time soon. It’s welcome news for neighbors organizing against the propos…
The T’s board of directors is scheduled on Wednesday to discuss authorization of a $566M initial contract to Changchun Railway Vehicles Co.
Springfield Police are searching for two suspects responsible for an armed robbery Monday night at a convenience store on Dickinson Street.