A man was shot in the leg early Saturday morning on Eastern Avenue in Springfield.
A construction worker suffered broken bones after falling from scaffolding beneath the elevated section of I-91 in Springfield Friday night.
After ITT Tech shut its doors, 22News shows you how one local college is working to help affected students.
Allen Iverson, Shaquille O’Neil, and Yao Ming among Class of 2016 inducted into Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame.
A section of Dwight Road was closed early Friday night and hundreds of Springfield residents lost power when a car hit a pole.
The movie “Sully” opened Friday in theaters across America, but it’s much more than a movie for a group of cousins from Chicopee.
The City of Westfield is looking to improve traffic flow and drainage throughout the Notre Dame and North Elm corridor.
On Friday, Westfield High School athletes underwent heart screenings to promote cardiovascular health.
People of Greek Heritage come from all over New England this weekend to celebrate Greek music, food, culture and dancing.
This year, the Spirit of Springfield said there will be nearly 100 vendors, featuring everything from jewelry to wood and metal art.
Some of the biggest basketball stars on the planet were in Springfield Friday night. 22News has a preview of the Class of 2016.
Sunday makes 15-years since September 11, 2001, the deadliest terror attack in United States history.
A spokesperson for the Holyoke Public Schools says that a “low level” threat was discovered Friday morning.
Sunday marks 15 years since the deadliest terror attacks on U.S. soil, and people here in western Massachusetts will pause to remember.
The area near City Hall has been turned into a traffic-free festival zone.
The state has received more than one million dollars in federal grants to help reduce pollution in our rivers.
The Greek flag is flying outside Springfield City Hall, heralding the start of Glendi, the city’s annual celebration of Greek heritage.
After 64 years at their old station on Main Street, it was time for a change for the Hampden Police Department.
The SAFER grant will pay the full salary and benefits for ten firefighters for the next two years with no match from the City.
Each day, Dress for Success helps empower women by providing them with professional clothing, and skills to enter the workforce.