Police say Jose Torres was last seen leaving his Chicopee home around 2:00 a.m. Sunday.
Southwick police say they are still investigating the incident.
The crash, which has since been cleared, caused some delays during the morning commute Wednesday.
Robert Decoteau’s hearing was originally scheduled for Monday, but was postponed at the request of the defense.
An equipment failure caused about 2,000 customers to lose power at one point Wednesday morning.
According to Credit Suisse, up to 25 percent of American malls are expected to close in upcoming years.
The closure of lanes and ramps through downtown Springfield has been a hassle for drivers, who say they can’t wait for the project to end.
Alarms can be added to windows with air conditioning for added safety.
Baystate Health’s TechSpring Technology received $80,000.
Building the facility and purchasing the land will cost more than $20 million.
It’s a story that still haunts many of us. 17 years ago this month, Warren teenager Molly Bish was kidnapped and killed. To this day, her …
When prescription drugs are exposed to heat, their effectiveness can wear off.
22News found out the best way you can stay hydrated during the high temperatures.
Despite temperatures in excess of 90 degrees, plenty of people were walking, running, and biking around on Tuesday.
Springfield’s annual 4th of July Celebration will bring thousands of people downtown to see the fireworks launched from the Memorial Bridge.
In less than two weeks, the renovated station will replace the Springfield Bus Terminal as the hub for the PVTA.
The city has set up cooling centers in six libraries and one community center for those without air conditioning.
The suspect, who was wanted on multiple warrants out of district and superior court, was arrested Tuesday morning.
Boaters and swimmers be aware! A popular spot for water recreation will be off limits for a couple days this week.
The eternal flame at the monument on the Town Common is no longer burning, and the mechanism will be re-designed.