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Holyoke Police are joining the Massachusetts State Police and law enforcement across the country for the “Click It or Ticket” campaign.
Northampton’s Mayor and City Councilor want to make sure the City’s water and sewer infrastructure are never controlled by a corporation.
The City of West Springfield is looking to encourage more companies to do business in the City.
Springfield legislators have sent a letter to Gov. Baker sharing their concerns regarding the unemployment assistance call center closing.
Yom Hashoha honors the victims and survivors of the mass extermination of more than 6 million Jews in the 1940’s.
Tower Square and the Marriott hotel are back open, but portions of Main Street and Bridge Street are expected to be shut down for days.
22News traveled Wednesday to Portland, Maine to find out how fans are reacting to the plan to move the AHL’s Pirates to Springfield.
It has been cool and wet lately but we’re still below normal when it comes to rainfall.
No one was hurt following a two car crash on Sumner Avenue, which ended with a taxi cab crashing into the side of a commercial building.
Road surface and water main repairs are expected to be completed on Main Street in Springfield by late Saturday afternoon.
A group of 30 to 50 investors are planning to buy the American Hockey League’s Portland Pirates, and relocate them to Springfield
The 12″ cast iron pipe that broke Wednesday afternoon had been installed during the administration of William Howard Taft.
While some hard-core golfers will tolerate the dreary weather, business has been bad at area courses this week.
Main Street may be closed from Boland Way to Worthington Street, but that didn’t stop a steady stream of customers from coming in.
The Hampden County District Attorney’s Office is working to keep local college students safe on campus.
Parents and educators cheered today as the city of Springfield opened its newly renovated environmental center at Forest Park.
A lot of social media posts are calling it “Happy Sinkhole de Mayo”. Check out some of the social media posts.
For the second day in a row, students at Cambridge College in Tower Square will not be able to go to classes.
Dozens of businesses and hundreds of people were forced to evacuate from Wednesday’s water main break in downtown Springfield.