Economic, criminal and environmental justice are among the topics focused on.
MassDOT has announced a new set of closures for I-91 in Springfield that could affect your commute.
A man is in the hospital after his car hit a utility pole and rolled over.
The former detective’s lawyer alleges that the ex-girlfriend filed the restraining order for “improper purposes to aid the police department…
Hundreds protested for immigrant rights Friday night at Springfield City Hall. 22News explains what organizers want city leaders to do.
Police are searching for two suspects Friday night after an armed robbery on Berkshire Avenue in Springfield.
The Mater Dolorosa Church in Holyoke could soon be demolished. Now there’s a fight to keep it open.
“Sanctuary cities” in western Massachusetts may soon be stripped of federal funding.
It’s now up to city council to determine if high-speed internet will become even more accessible in Westfield.
The city’s water officials will be visiting Cape Cod soon, but not for vacation.
President Donald Trump has put the “sanctuary city” issue in the spotlight after a recent executive order.
The Diocese of Springfield says that an engineer has found the steeple of the Holyoke church is at significant risk of collapsing.
Springfield Police arrested an alleged drug dealer who was recently released from prison after serving 15 years.
While victims of a fire on North East Street have received an outpouring of support, victims of another fire say they’ve received nothing.
Adrianna Jazmin Hernandez-Gomez was one of four people whose young lives were cut short in a crash in Springfield last week.
About 5,000 people from low-income areas will pay nothing to get their taxes prepared this year.
There could soon be a crackdown on some Chicopee property owners who repeatedly fail to clear the snow from their sidewalks.
Police in Wilbraham interviewd bank employees and reviewed bank surveillance footage as part of their investigation.
The protest was held in solidarity with the annual March for Life, being held Friday in Washington, D.C.
Legislators are voting on whether or not to increase their own pay, but should they be?