Ludlow Police are mourning a valued member of their family, saying goodbye to a longtime K-9, Rocky.
A man who led Springfield police on a chase and attacked officers with a straight razor was arrested early Saturday morning.
Blessed Sacrament Church will host a funeral for Cpl. , a Korean War veteran of Holyoke, followed by burial at St. Jerome’s Cemetery.
22News found out what was on the minds of those holding signs outside Springfield city hall.
Almost two years after his death in Tennessee, the Springfield native will be honored with the Navy’s highest non-combat medal.
A Springfield resident is being charged with breaking into a church and stealing electronics….and a pack of soda.
A Springfield man was allegedly trying to hide heroin packets in his car during a traffic stop; he’s now facing multiple drug charges.
Survivor Journeys hosted a breakfast at Baystate Medical Center to inform people about their new cancer survivor mentoring program.
A Holyoke resident wrote to 22News about how illegal parking on Cherry Street is creating a hazard. We went and took a closer look.
A Chicopee Police Department spokesperson said Lt. John Pronovost “became belligerent, and appeared to be inebriated.”
Warren “Cowlesie” Cowles worked for the Town of Longmeadow for more than 29 years.
Holyoke police say that police seized 300 bags of heroin and a large amount of cash during their investigation.
The man and woman allegedly stole at least four boxes of toothpaste and skin cream from the CVS on Memorial Drive.
It’s illegal, but you see it all the time. Drivers who use the passing lane as a travel lane. 22News shows you drivers breaking the rules.
Chicopee Police need the public’s help in finding a 62-year-old man who has been missing since March 22nd.
Hendricks Mario Berdet is accused of having the women work at hotels and homes in Springfield and several other communities.
Springfield police say that they had just arrested the same suspect on heroin charges two months ago.
The operators pleaded guilty to tampering with emissions equipment and submitting false reports.
MassDEP says the improper discharge of fluid happened over the course of several months and ended in June 2016.
22News found out the issue appears to be a matter of safely clearing the land for the project in Monson.