Tapestry Health stated that the program has been open since 2012, and over the past four years, about 4,500 people have been helped.
A representative of Wal-mart called police Thursday morning reporting that there was a body in a car.
The Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants held a “You Can Afford College” workshop Thursday in Holyoke.
The Alzheimer’s Association of Massachusetts held a “Spotlight on Developing Alzheimers Research” event Thursday night in Longmeadow.
Several cats were apparently abandoned in a now vacant home located at 19 Queen Avenue in West Springfield.
The woman was engaging the elderly homeowner in conversation, while the man entered the home and stole items.
22News found out how police officers tracked the elderly woman, who had found her way to another city.
Thursday morning Revitalize CDC held a breakfast to raise money so they can help more veterans.
1. Do diabetics know when their blood sugar is low? 2. Is whole milk yogurt now considered more healthful?
It was Barbara’s idea ten years ago to give Chicopee seniors free access to Bright Nights at Forest Park.
Columbia Gas Company opened a new operations center right next to the old operations center that was built in the 1960’s.
Westfield’s Health Department addresses the concern about water in private wells throughout the city.
The aquifer has come up in countless conversations as the Westfield water crisis continues.
American Nurses Association Massachusetts is voicing concerns about possible health risks and increased impaired driving incidents.
The properties include two families, single families, and land parcels located in various neighborhoods across Springfield.
The Pioneer Valley Planning Commission will use the funds for a project in Holyoke.
It’s a shocking case of suspected animal neglect. An abandoned home in deplorable condition with pets trapped inside for a month.
Springfield Police are warning residents to be on high alert for any suspicious activity in their neighborhood.
A man was shot and killed just blocks from the Boys and Girls Club in Springfield where they work to keep kids off the streets and safe.
West Springfield police are hoping you can help them identify three people accused of using fake money at a CVS store.