A new report shows thousands of ER visits in Mass. for dental issues. 22News explains how much it’s costing the state to cover these visits.
Reputed organized crime figure, who was arrested as part of an investigation involving the FBI, was in court for a detention hearing.
A 19-year-old woman was arrested early Tuesday morning for stabbing another woman in the back.
A woman was taken to the hospital late Tuesday afternoon after a two vehicle crash on I-91 in Longmeadow.
The City of West Springfield issued a water ban on Tuesday due to the lack of rainfall.
Students are soon returning to school, which is also one of the most dangerous times of the year for teenage drivers.
Local police departments want to make sure you know how to get pepper spray, and it’s easier than you think.
Here is a warning to local residents that common household products can be dangerous, if they’re not stored properly.
A local woman won the “Silver, Gold and Platinum 8s” instant game; she is the 5th person to win the $1-million Grand Prize.
A 22News viewer sent us photos of three bears, a mother with her two cubs, walking near a jail in Ludlow, Tuesday afternoon.
Students will be heading back to school within the next couple of weeks, which means more traffic and pedestrians on the road.
Hundreds of riders will pedal more than 100 miles from Springfield all the way to Boston to honor fallen police officers.
According to the state, over 40,000 students are currently enrolled in the 81 charter schools in Massachusetts.
Springfield City Councilors voted 8-3 against granting Hampden Care Facility a host agreement to build a medical marijuana dispensary.
Superintendent of Westfield Schools, Stefan Czaporowski announced today the new principal of Westfield High School.
Currently, use of Park Square and the Pavilion are free. The question of whether to charge for use of the Pavilion was discussed.
The fire station is undergoing multiple renovations and upgrades after the Westfield City Council OKed $2.06 million for the project.
The 8-3 vote followed months of negotiations between the city, and Hampden Care Facility Inc.
Monday night to Tuesday morning included at least three separate arrests and one 20 minute chase.
A tree branch damaged a power line near the corner of Massachusetts Avenue and Morton Street.