The Chambers of Commerce from several western Mass communities held an annual legislative symposium on Thursday.
Incoming Hampden County Sheriff Nick Cocchi will assume office in January, and he will be getting some help from the current officeholder.
Active duty and veterans from Westover Air Force Base will be attending.
A 22News viewer sent us video of a bull moose as it was in the woods in Agawam Wednesday afternoon.
A Springfield Police Captain said the victims aren’t cooperating with police.
The moose is believed to be the same one walking around Agawam Wednesday.
Electronic signs will be in place telling drivers the best route to take through construction in Springfield.
Police said the vehicle was at a gas station on Boston Road when they found out it was stolen.
Massachusetts lawmakers need to figure out ways to close loopholes in sales and possession of marijuana, now that it’ll be legal.
A 68 year-old man has died, and a 25 year-old man has been arrested, following a two-car crash in Westfield Tuesday evening.
Sergeant Anthony Grasso, Officer Edward Connor, and Officer John Moccio were fired for what the chief called “a use of force incident.”
The state will spend a quarter million dollars just to gather the data, but the entire project will cost millions.
With the price of college going up, schools are receiving a lot of backlash for the size of their endowments and the tax breaks they receive…
Environmental police were called in on Wednesday to make sure the huge animal didn’t wander onto nearby Route 57.
Police believe the man who robbed the store on October 30, came back and robbed it again Tuesday night.
In the week leading up to Veterans Day, Century Fitness in East Longmeadow is raising money to help veterans in need.
Springfield Fire Department Spokesman Dennis Leger said there is about $1,000 in damages.
Ten members of the Springfield City Council want to replace the police commissioner with a civil service chief and a civilian commission.
Homeland Security officers were outside the federal court in Springfield Wednesday during the hearing.
Dr. Sonia Pope of the Holyoke Community Charter School said they were hoping to expand into the high school grades, but that won’t happen no…