The City of Springfield has received more relief items than they can adequately store, and are now accepting only monetary donations.
The Domestic Violence Task Force held their first annual “Take Back the Night” event at the Palmer Public Library.
The state says their new system prevents fraud and standardize the testing process, but many businesses can’t get it to work.
Educators want seniors to understand the benefits of graduating from a community college, then transferring to a four-year college.
Nearly a dozen Longmeadow and East Longmeadow stores and restaurants have raised more than $2,600 to benefit the hurricane relief.
Some people expressed concerns about public safety, while others worried modifications to the law will lead some to the black market.
The suspects are facing dozens of criminal charges in connection to the break-ins and the use of stolen credit cards.
A Holyoke city councilor says nearly all of the people who are coming to our area are coming to stay with friends and family already here.
Police had searched extensively for the baby’s body back in May, but efforts had been unsuccessful.
Personal hygiene products are being collected at the West Springfield restaurant through Wednesday night.
22News went to the school’s principal, after a parent wrote to us, upset with a new rule preventing students from having backpacks in class.
The school system’s three elementary schools participated in International Walk to School Day in a partnership with MassDOT’s Safe Routes to…
The Massachusetts Department of Higher Education’s Go Higher! program helps students explore their options after high school.
Benefits of the energy storage system include lower utility capacity costs and reduced stress on the electrical grid.
The keynote speaker at this month’s chamber breakfast discussed the importance of properly negotiating.
The two communities are receiving the grants as part of the 2017 Industrial Rail Access Program awards.
A 911 caller alerted Chicopee police to what she believed to be a possible robbery in a parking lot, leading to four arrests.
Rhode Island State Police say that the box truck the men were riding in became sandwiched between two tractor trailers on I-195.
Fort Street will be closed to traffic as it will be filled with people for the Oktoberfest celebrations.
Rachel’s Table has been rescuing food from grocery stores, restaurants, caterers and bakeries for local food pantries and shelters.