There’s a lot of road work going on across western Mass., and speeding drivers can be ticketed, even before entering the construction zone.
Springfield Firefighters were able to quickly put out a fire, Wednesday afternoon, at a house on Jefferson Avenue.
The first annual health and wellness fair tonight was held in Springfield to reinforce the dangers of teen drug use.
Hampden County Sheriff Michael Ashe held his final clambake before retirement on Wednesday.
According to a new AAA report, more than 200,000 crashes in the past 4-years were caused by debris in the road.
22News spoke with some of the drivers signing up for an E-ZPass, and Governor Baker about electronic tolls on the Mass Pike.
People are reporting phone calls and home visits from people selling “discounted power” and claiming to be “representatives” of Eversource.
A replica Vietnam Veterans Memorial that travels throughout the country has made its way to western Massachusetts.
After a very dry start to July we’ve finally been getting a bit more in the way of rain showers and thunderstorms lately.
The Red Cross issued an emergency call for blood and platelet donors. 22News explain why it’s important to be a donor during the summer.
Western Massachusetts town leaders shared with State Senate about how they want to see your tax money spent in your community.