The new year means the end of the season for Springfield’s beloved holiday lighting display, and special events are planned.
40 percent of traffic-related deaths during Christmas and New Year’s Eve, involves drunk drivers.
The fire started after the wooden floors in the Town Hall at 24 Russell Road in Huntington were refinished.
The State Fire Marshal’s Office says even a well-watered Christmas tree can quickly dry out, ignite quickly, and spread a fire fast.
Mountain Road (Route 141) had been scheduled to shut down at noon Thursday, but currently remains open.
Send your snowfall totals and photos to ReportIt@wwlp.com during the storm.
Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories are in effect for western Massachusetts from Thursday to Friday morning.
Franklin, Hampshire, Berkshire and western Hampden Counties are under a Winter Storm Warning Thursday.
Police will start compliance checks in January. Any restaurant or bar caught selling alcohol to minors, could face serious consequences.
The downtown Springfield strip club is looking to change its name and replace the former manager.
A barbershop on Exchange Street in Chicopee offered free food and free haircuts to the homeless on Wednesday.
Celebrating the new year shouldn’t end with a trip to jail or the morgue. 22News explains how you can celebrate and stay safe.
Police have released a surveillance image of a man who they say passed counterfeit bills at a gas station earlier this month.
Flames were coming from the exterior of the building when firefighters got there, but they were able to control the fire quickly.
The issue is being raised in the Aaron Hernandez trial, where prosecutors say they are evidence of the ex-NFL star’s guilt.
Many people in Granby and surrounding communities are coming forward to support a U.S. Marine in need.
22News found out how much families differ on the scheduling of when to dispose of their Christmas tree.
Orlando Ramos says that improving relations between residents and the police department will be important to him.
Money from a fundraiser in which police officers grew goatees is being put to use with a service of the Chicopee Public Library.
For the 16th consecutive year the owner of the Pride service stations has raised money to help Foster children.