Police are looking for a suspect they say robbed a laundromat on Boston Road.
State police dog Duke led troopers to a patient who allegedly ran away during an evaluation at the hospital.
Children were able to showcase what they’ve learned at Thursday’s Summer Camp Olympics.
The 104th Fighter Wing commander is thanking the community, sponsors, and spectators for making the airshow a success.
The viewer is fun and easy to make and will protect your eyes while you look at the eclipse.
The man killed in Sunday night’s motorcycle accident was a resident of neighboring Chicopee.
The opioid epidemic affects nearly every part of the state, including communities in western Massachusetts.
Keep in mind, some retailers may already have sold out of the ISO approved glasses.
One graduate told 22News that she now has the tools to meet and conquer any challenges she may face as an entrepreneur.
Athletes suffer different injuries depending on the sport they play.
Chicopee Police, fire department, a tow truck and emergency services responded to the accident.
Peter Pan Bus Lines settled a lawsuit after the company was accused of violating the Americans with Disabilities Act.
As many as 600 people attended Sheriff Nick Cocchi’s first annual summer picnic Wednesday.
Clear the Shelters Day is just 3 days away and there are hundreds of pets that need forever homes right here in Western Massachusetts.
Removing the orange tip of an airsoft gun can cause confusion, and danger if you get pulled over by police.
Hundreds have gathered at the Springfield Elks Lodge for Sheriff Nick Cocchi’s first annual summer picnic.
Police said the 26-year-old Holyoke man was arrested in Pittsfield after they suspected him of traveling to Holyoke to purchase heroin.
The couple loved to grocery shop together, but had to stop when Alzheimer’s confined Kathie Koldys to a wheelchair.
The Safari Club hopes to help raise $35,000 to support the mission of the Shriners Hospital for children.
Share a photo of your pet to support our adoption drive on August 19 and help animals in need find loving homes.