Five year old Darren McQuade suffers from muscular dystrophy, and in a few years may be confined to a wheelchair.
The annual “Long Meddowe Days” celebration wrapped up Sunday, as the town’s history came alive for the weekend.
22News explains how we went from a heat wave to eventually feeling like April.
22News was in Westfield Sunday as residents walked in support of mental illness awareness.
The 25-mile ride was organized by the Anthony Cavallini House, and raised money to help those battling addiction.
Friends of the teen told police that he jumped into the pond Saturday night and never surfaced.
Police arrested 28-year-old Nathan Jensen Sunday in connection to the shooting, where a pellet weapon was used to wound a man overnight.
Springfield police are looking for a suspect after a stabbing on Amore Road early Sunday morning.
One person was brought to Baystate Medical Center with serious injuries after crashing their car on Route 57 Saturday night.
22News spoke with Attorney General Maura Healey before she delivered her commencement speech to Westfield State University graduates.
Every year, the Ride to Remember raises money to remember police officers who have given their lives in the line of duty.
The results of Wilbraham’s marijuana ballot question are in, and residents have decided to prohibit all marijuana establishments.
One person was taken to the hospital with serious injuries late Saturday afternoon.
22News spoke with Congressman Richard Neal as he received an honorary Doctor of Letters degree.
Volunteers rolled up their sleeves in different neighborhoods across the city, working toward keeping Holyoke clean.
Bikers were riding in support of the programs and services offered to veterans at the Soldiers’ Home.
Westfield Police Capt. Michael McCabe gave residents tips on what to do if they come across graffiti.
A car was completely destroyed when it burst into flames on the Mass Pike.
Police are searching for suspects who set a bar on fire while they were trying to rob it.
The national safety council predicts more than 400 people will be killed during the memorial day weekend travel.