What began as a reported drive by shooting on Bridge Street quickly became a hit and run traffic accident.
All electronic tolling on the Mass Pike started Friday night with 16 gantries being placed along the 135 mile stretch of highway.
A man was shot and killed in a house on Jardine Street Sunday morning.
It’s the largest fundraising walk and run in Western Massachusetts…and the money all goes to a great cause
The accident occurred around 2:30am Sunday morning.
A man is in the hospital after another shooting early this morning
Firefighters were called to 267 Federal Street just after 3:30 this morning for an apartment fire.
Mass DOT has set up this traffic blockage in order for the Massachusetts State Police Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Section
The South End C3 initiative, turned their Main street office into a haunted house destination for kids of all ages.
Dunbar Community Center has been a landmark in the community for over 100 years
West Springfield resident Midje Theulen talks about her incredible journey battling breast cancer.
Springfield’s St Peter and Paul Russian Orthodox Church observed a milestone 100th year anniversary.
The Holyoke parks and recreation department treated the children to the annual pre-Halloween festivities at Heritage state park.
Chicopee firefighters will be safer on the job thanks to the generosity of the Fraternal Order of Eagles service club.
For the 27th consecutive year activists gathered at the Mason square veterans memorial to form a human chain of awareness.
Several western Massachusetts communities had their polls open around 7:30 Saturday morning with a steady stream of people coming in.
MassDOT’s electronic tolling system is now live which means cash will no longer be an option to pay for tolls on the Mass turnpike.
The All Electronic Tolling is now live, but MassDOT is urging drivers to be patient as they transition into the new system.
Springfield and West Springfield Police are searching for an armed suspect who robbed a Subway restaurant, Friday night.
22News received calls from concerned voters, wondering why our cities and towns don’t ask for identification at polling locations.