The accident reconstruction team will determine exactly what caused the crash, which occurred this afternoon on Abbey Memorial Drive.
Over a million people came through the gates this year breaking the previous record high by more than 25,000 people.
The state’s new auto inspection system has been nothing but a headache; the new cameras are not being recognized by the computer’s system.
Over a million people attended the 101st year of The Big E, breaking multiple attendance records.
The candle company celebrated fall over the weekend with a two day fall festival to mark the start of the season.
The Ludlow Cares Coalition and The Micheal J. Dias organization held a public forum to inform parents and young adults about common drugs.
The Holland Police Department sponsored the Stop Abuse 5K Walk & Run to further the work of the town’s task force to stop domestic violence.
Starting Sunday, auto inspecting stations will start using a new system, and it could mean more time at the auto shop.
Crowds came to the Knights of Columbus on Granby road for the festive event.
Alberta Howard celebrated her birthday at the Shiloh Seventh Day Adventist Church on State Street in the company of the entire congregation.
22News talked to many residents Saturday about how they are sad The Big E is ending already.
A major flu outbreak in Australia that could affect us here in the United States, according to Dr. Helfand.
An early morning shooting in Chicopee left a bullet lodged in the wall of a house.
The 22News Storm Team is tracking the chance for frost Saturday night into Sunday morning
There’s only one weekend left to enjoy all the food, fun and entertainment at New England’s Great State Fair.
The Longmeadow Fire Department said the fire started in the rear of the Elmcrest Country Club.
The Southwick Police Department Friday introduced “General,” a 1-year-old German Shepherd/Belgian Malinois mix.
Many who attended Friday night’s meeting said they’re worried about their family members they’ve been unable to contact.
The eye of Hurricane Maria left Puerto Rico about a week ago, but the impacts of the hurricane hangs over the people of the island.
Employees from Gandara in Holyoke marched from Heritage State Park, to the Veteran Park on Dwight Street.