The two women killed in a fire at their home on Park Street in Westfield Saturday afternoon have been identified as a mother and daughter.
Springfield police were out searching for a suspect in the area of Grover Street early Monday morning.
The 22News Storm Team is tracking strong storms and heavy rain into the night.
Senator Eric Lesser made his way from Boston to Springfield Monday in support of an east-west rail link.
PVTA, Peter Pan Bus Lines, Amtrak train service and Greyhound, will be operating out of newly renovated station in downtown Springfield.
Congressman Richard Neal spoke on Sunday about the deaths of seven Navy sailors who drowned in the U.S.S. Fitzgerald collision.
It’s not open to the public yet, but in less than 168 hours, the concourse will be bustling with commuters.
The I-91 Springfield reconstruction narrowed southbound traffic down to one lane, it seems to take forever to get through the bottleneck.
22News was there walking the grounds to find out how the event turned out and what the different restaurants had to offer.
The careless disposal of a cigarette started a fire under the front porch of a house in Springfield’s Hungry Hill neighborhood.
Numerous fire departments in the Pioneer Valley will be represented as firefighters receive certificates of completion.
Firefighters didn’t notice any working smoke detectors sounding when they got to the house.
Families starting their Father’s Day with the road race are supporting the Jewish Community Center’s youth programs.
The 22News Storm Team is tracking the potential for heavy rain Monday afternoon and Monday night.
22News has a look at what the Peach Blossom Festival had to offer after years of absence.
22News was at the Springfield Vietnamese Cultural Center, where Mayor Sarno participated in the Vietnam Armed Forces Day observance.
22News was in Agawam on Saturday as residents walked and ran in honor of former Balise Auto co-owner Mike Balise, who died two years ago.
The Buffalo Soldiers motorcycle club went for a ride in Springfield to spread awareness about Square One in Springfield.
The next generation of broadcast and print journalists took the first step towards realizing their dreams on Saturday.
Residents in Springfield gathered for the first annual Father’s Day march against violence on Saturday morning.