At the Our Lady of Blessed Sacrament, Father Pacholec is reminding everyone the definition of a neighbor goes beyond who lives next door.
Because of the weather, the folks at the festival kept dry in the pavilion of the festival’s Westfield home.
Springfield Fire Department responded to a fire at 152 Kensington Ave.
Hundreds came to the Springfield park to enjoy family activities, food and each other’s company at the 29th Annual Stone Soul Festival.
Less than three months after a separate malfunction, The Joker roller coaster at Six Flags in Agawam got stuck again.
Organized by Our Lady of Fatima Parish, Festa attracts people from different states and countries, creating a tradition that has no borders.
The Bishop called Harvey’s impact, “unprecedented,” and encouraged people of all faiths to unite and help their neighbor.
Police in Granville arrested a man on drug charges after initially pulling him over for speeding.
An inmate committed suicide Saturday at the Hampden County Jail in Ludlow.
22News went to the Western Massachusetts Red Cross to find out what volunteers can expect if they choose to deploy or stay local.
When the people in Monson want to raise money for charity, they hold a town wide tag sale.
Family came from all over the county this weekend to help Viola Sylvia Goodman of Springfield celebrate her 105th birthday.
Members of Firefighters Local 648 were “filling the boot” on one of Springfield’s intersections to help those with muscular dystrophy.
Thousands of Red Cross volunteers are in Texas, with more arriving every day.
Holyoke Road in Westfield was closed after a deadly car crash early Saturday morning.
the class of 2021 was welcomed to campus by the school’s President Mary-Beth Cooper at the traditional New Student Convocation.
Fenway Westfield has hosted many tribute tournaments that honor fallen soldiers and police officers and the owner has decided to expand.
With the students going back to school, many local businesses in downtown Westfield are anticipating more customers.
People also got to walk through the fairgrounds to see the set up for the Big E, which is just two weeks away.
The group will be in charge of getting the legal marijuana industry up and running by next summer.