A section of I-391 north was closed in Chicopee, Tuesday night, after a serious accident near Exit 3.
Agawam Police were called to Walnut Street Monday night, after reports of man attempting to kidnap a child.
The Springfield Water and Sewer Commission announced they have several improvement projects in the works that’ll cost about $95M.
HAP Housing is developing a complex known as Library Commons in Holyoke as low income housing for 47 families.
Ludlow’s Council on Aging told the town’s Select Board Tuesday night, the senior center on Chestnut Street is falling apart.
Hampden County Addiction Task Force will collect data, finding where treatment is needed, and developing opportunities for prevention.
Hector Guzman is charged with assault with intent to murder in connection with the late May shooting on Elcon Drive.
The Attorney General’s Office alleges that Pedro Perez sold untaxed cigarettes to stores in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island.
Springfield Police told 22News that one of the suspects is currently out on parole from previous drug and weapon charges.
The Florida Panthers named Geordie Kinnear the head coach of the American Hockey League team in Springfield.
Part of the old Electric Light Company building on State Street will be demolished, but its distinctive front end will be part of the resort…
Hood has hired a dozen new workers at their Agawam plant, and will be processing 5M more gallons of milk yearly.
A graduation ceremony for the recruits was held at the Department of Fire Services campus in Springfield on Tuesday.
Six firefighters received awards for their efforts in helping to save a life of a local man.
A $25 million judgement has been reached against American Career Institute, which maintained a campus in Springfield before closing in 2013.
Police are searching for two armed men Monday night, who attempted to rob a food delivery driver near Girard Avenue in Springfield.
Chicopee Police need the public’s help in identifying a person who broke into the Chicopee Village Townhomes over the weekend.
Representatives from Uber were a no show again, Monday night, for a second meeting scheduled with the Springfield City Council.
The Springfield City Council voted to approve Mayor Domenic Sarno’s $616-million budget after the vote was delayed last month.
Springfield protestors are doing everything they can to keep a wood-burning biomass plant out of their City.