It was a who’s who of Massachusetts lawmakers at a popular annual legislative gathering in Westfield.
The Valley Opportunity Council began preparations to find work for 100 needy teenagers this summer.
A $300,000 grant has been approved to repair Searle Road bridge in Huntington.
Regional hazmat crews descended on Southwick for an issue Thursday.
Firefighters were able to save two dogs that were inside the house. The Red Cross is now helping the residents find a place to stay.
It was a real stunner at UMass Amherst. The man who agreed to succeed Derek Kellogg as the new UMass Head Coach abruptly changed his mind.
Holyoke Police arrested a 39-year-old man on drug charges Wednesday afternoon while they were investigating a shooting on Chestnut Street.
Two 17-year-old boys were arrested Wednesday night after allegedly robbing a pizza delivery driver with a realistic looking gun.
The Urban League of Springfield honored community leaders, Thursday night, who have made an impact toward building a stronger community.
The Springfield Police Commissioner selected a retired judge to help decide the disciplinary for an excessive force case.
The shoplifting incident happened around 8:30 Sunday night at the CVS on Center Street in Ludlow.
Police say the alleged theft happened around 7:00 p.m. last Saturday at the Laundromax on Main Street.
A big announcement on Thursday from MGM Springfield’s competition. 22News reveals how Mohegan Sun plans to expand.
Springfield police say that the case serves as a reminder for residents to register their surveillance cameras with them.
Chicopee police are reminding residents to lock their car doors, after a car break-in suspect was arrested Wednesday night.
A series of events will be held to celebrate the bicentennial year of the Episcopal Christ Church Cathedral in Springfield.
Western Massachusetts community colleges may serve as a model for the first community college in Pakistan.
Many probiotic bacteria need refrigeration because they are sensitive to heat and humidity.
The Holyoke Hummus company on High Street across from city hall is no stranger to the city.
The popular exposition of all things home improvement runs through the weekend at the Big E’s Better Living Center.