Approximately 1,000 people enjoy a traditional holiday meal on Easter Sunday, thanks to the Open Pantry.
A report from State Auditor Suzanne Bump says that a lack of proper protections led to the theft of more than $45,000 in client funds.
Square One is one of the region’s foremost provider of services to at-risk children and families.
Brig. Gen. Albert Lupenski, who has served as wing commander since 2014, has a new assignment at the Pentagon.
The selection comes at an important time, as the new Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum is set to open later this year.
A probate judge ruled recently that the gift to St. Mary’s of the Assumption should go to the Diocese of Springfield.
Police officers risk their lives every time they’re on duty, and domestic violence calls add to that risk.
A Virginia police officer who was killed in the line of duty will be laid to rest next week in West Springfield.
Drivers had to make a detour throughout most of the day Wednesday after an accident on West Street in Ludlow.
The 22News I-Team discovered why this issue continues while the waiting lists continue to grow.
A former police captain and Superintendent asked a federal judge on Wednesday to move a civil lawsuit against them to U.S. District Court.