93 year old Lester Norman of Chicopee was reported missing and has now been found.
Western Massachusetts residents are honoring Vietnam veterans for their heroism with five days of events.
A woman was stabbed during a fight in Springfield’s Six Corners neighborhood early Saturday morning.
A person riding a dirt bike was hit by two cars on Cooley Street in Springfield, Friday night, and was seriously injured.
Sumner Avenue was shut down Friday night after a Springfield Police Cruiser and another car collided.
Springfield and Northampton Police are now working together to find the kitten and bring him back to the Dakin Humane Society.
A portion of Alden Street in Springfield was closed, Friday night, after a utility pole was knocked down.
The Springfield Water and Sewer Commission have hired private contractors to improve the City’s water and sewer pipes at two locations.
Drivers should expect delays and heavy traffic next week as paving begins on Route 141 in Chicopee.
Cummins Sales and Service teamed up with Peter Pan and Stop and Shop after learning that donations drop sharply during the summer.
The woman went off the road on Hampden Street, Friday afternoon, and her car caught on fire.
Students will soon be heading back to school, which means it’s only a matter of time before they start lugging around heavy backpacks.
Springfield Police arrested a 14-year-old break-in suspect for allegedly breaking and entering the Liberty Gas Station on Liberty Street.
The Health and Human Services Commissioner said there was insufficient evidence to undertake a site assignment for the Biomass Power Plant.
Construction continues at the MGM casino site in Springfield’s South End. 22News has the latest on a big moment for MGM Springfield.
Since construction started, parking around the casino site have been compromised. 22News found out what is being done to help businesses.
A local resident and wrestling coach is competing at the Olympics in Rio. 22News spoke with those who know him about his accomplishments.
While many students take a bus or have someone drive them to and from school, many more will be walking.
The Advertising Club of Western Massachusetts officially announced the 101st William Pynchon Award Recipients Friday.
The Holyoke fire department will receive $177,273 and the Westfield Fire Department will receive $141,205.