The grant is designed to encourage students entering the science, technology, engineering, and math fields.
Westfield City Clerk Karen M. Fanion went over the exact process of collecting ballots from early voting.
Superintendent Jennifer Willard was clear on why the committee chose to support public schools.
News out of California about veterans has Westfield State Rep Velis all fired up.
Chicopee Police shared tips with residents on how to keep your kids safe while Trick-Or-Treating.
The program started in 1986 as a non-credit, grant-funded program with three part-time instructors.
HCS relocated their Enrollment Department and Family Resource Room to 130 Maple Street in Springfield.
If you are looking to travel between Easthampton and Holyoke Wednesday, you may have to find an alternate route.
A man accused of stealing a teenager’s bicycle didn’t get far, before he was caught by Chicopee police officers.
The accident involved a car and a tractor trailer.
The State Fire Marshal and the West Springfield Fire Department are investigating the fire.
All electronic tolling goes live on the Mass Pike on Friday. 22News found out how you can and can’t use your E-ZPass transponder.
Sgt. Anthony Grasso, Officer John Moccio and Officer Edward Connor are asking for reinstatement with full back pay after being fired.
The program allows citizens to create profiles with information that would help police or firefighters assist them in an emergency.
The City of Holyoke hosted a debate on Tuesday to discuss both sides of the questions in the November ballot.
Springfield police say that after a short chase, a driver got out of his car- in the nude- and began dancing in the street.
The trooper’s cruiser was struck from behind while working a construction detail on the northbound side of the highway in Longmeadow.
The 22News I-Team was in court on Tuesday, where one lawyer is trying to use that video as evidence in an unrelated case.
22News spoke with Barbieri about investigations into an alleged beating involving off-duty officers, and a detective accused of misconduct.
The all-electronic tolling along the Mass Pike starts Friday, which means hundreds of toll booth employees will have to find new work.