Commissioner Barbieri has initiated an inquiry into the police departments evidence room after money from criminal cases disappeared.
The Mayor is looking for support from the city council to provide funding for a final site analysis.
The Baker Administration’s proposed state budget for 2016, cuts funding for the Office of Travel and Tourism by about 8 million dollars.
Springfield city councilors revealed new legislation today in a special meeting that would make the PVTA responsible for clearing any snow a…
Starting Wednesday, April 1, WWLP will begin broadcasting The CW Springfield on its second digital channel, 22.2.
State records show an increase in claims to MassHealth for methadone since 2009.
A new study suggests more Americans plan on paying off debt with their refund check.
Drivers are being told to avoid Granby Road near Cobb Avenue, following a serious two-car crash Friday afternoon.
State legislators and, this year, mayors from Western Massachusetts gather for Sen. Humason’s annual Pancake Breakfast
Neighbors have stepped-in to help a Ludlow family who has been forced out of their home due to a Friday morning fire.
Springfield taxpayers will be paying to knock down a long-vacant former auto parts store that was the site of a recent gas leak.
As flu season winds down, restrictions on visiting patients at Baystate Health hospitals and facilities have been lifted.
Working day and night, Holyoke DPW crews have cleared the roadsides of snow with more than a week to go for the St. Patrick’s Parade.
A police chase that began following reports of a woman jumping from a car ended miles later, after the the driver crashed into a snow bank.
A Westfield resident accused of raping a 14 year-old girl and having her sign a “sex slave contract” was sentenced to prison Friday.
Changes to Massachusetts’ current gaming law are in the works. 22News shows you how this would affect slot machine winnings.
22News investigated with Springfield’s Water and Sewer Commission what’s going on below the surface of our roads.