The first museum dedicated to Dr. Seuss will open in Springfield in just a few days.
Motorcycle deaths are 27 times more likely than deadly car crashes.
22News is working for you with how hurricane season could impact western Massachusetts.
State Representative John Velis will be heading off to South Korea to participate in military training exercises.
Even though voters showed support, there’s a long way to go to preserve the open space on North Pond.
An informational program, “Keeping Kids Safe Online” at the Tekoa Country Club on Monday, June 12 from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
A buildup of fluff has settled on the ground, on cars, and on patio furniture in some areas, but it’s certainly not snow!
We have plenty of April showers, May showers, and possibly more cool and wet weather into June?
Two feasibility studies for the hilltowns will include adding a turnpike exit between Exit 2-3 and a proposal to establish rural school aid.
Robert Decoteau, III allegedly waved pipe bombs out the window as police pursued him on Route 5 in West Springfield.
More than 500 Eversource Energy customers lost power following the crash on Piper Road Tuesday morning.
Springfield police say that witnesses followed the suspects to an area behind a gas station, where they rifled through the stolen purse.
A witness told police that the suspect crashed into his parked Chevy Suburban; moving the large SUV about 50 feet.
An elderly woman was hurt in a violent purse-snatching in Springfield Monday night, and members of the public helped police identify and arr…
Chicopee Police are asking for your to help identifying two suspects, who were caught on camera breaking into a car outside a bar this weeke…
Retailers offered discounts and sales for the Memorial Day holiday.
Ludlow police say a pickup truck hit a 13-year-old boy and drove away.
Agawam residents gathered together at the Massachusetts Veterans’ Memorial Cemetery to pay tribute to the state’s fallen heroes.
One of the veterans honored was a prisoner of war for nine months.
Memorial Day is a tradition that thousands in western Massachusetts observed with solemn services and parades.