Springfield Police said a man from Springfield has been arrested and charged with murder.
Hampshire College has decided not to fly any flags on campus, after an American flag was burned at the college.
A municipal water issue is forcing Westfield State University to cancel class and mandate that students leave their residence halls.
On Saturday, a group of hikers traveled to Mt. Tom to undo the hurt, that spray-painted words have caused for so many.
Visitors to the Deerfield Holiday Sampler Fair at the Big E just got a head start to their Christmas shopping.
Organizers hope that inaugural “winter” market also met with the public’s approval, as it does during summer.
The season of giving has begun. The Palmer Cub Scout Pack 164 dedicated their Saturday to helping those in need.
Springfield firefighters were called to a house on Kensington Avenue for a porch fire started by an 8-year-old.
22News found out how the Salvation Army hopes to help thousands of people in western Massachusetts.
Springfield Bishop Mitchell Rozanski is urging area Catholics to speak out against incidents of hate and intolerance.
Firefighters were called to a single story one-family home at 107 State Street around 3 a.m. Saturday morning.
Springfield Police arrested a 37-year-old man, late Friday afternoon, who allegedly shot and killed a dog after a fight with another man.
22News spoke with Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse about the message he received, and why he’s sharing it with the community.
22News discovered someone on public housing assistance could be evicted if an overdose happens in their home.
Residents in the City of Westfield have called 22News on Friday, complaining of low and no water pressure.
The organizers of this rally hope that this will be the first of many steps the community takes to be more active politically.
West Springfield Police need the public’s help in finding the person responsible who damaged a car back in September.
A 38 year-old city resident who was shot Wednesday night in Springfield’s Maple High-Six Corners neighborhood has died.
Springfield police say that it did not take long for tips to start coming in, after they released surveillance images of the suspect.
Residents who don’t recycle all possible materials mandated by city ordinance could be fined $100.