A 19-year-old woman is dead after a serious car crash in Chicopee Saturday morning.
Robert Cullen owns a 2014 grey Toyota Scion that Richard Adams of Springfield just can’t keep his hands off of.
It isn’t just tenants who need to be aware of rental schemes, landlords have to be careful, too.
Springfield’s Boys & Girls Club is teaming up with law enforcement to keep kids away from gang violence. Here’s how the program works.
Three Chicopee residents were arrested this week at a McDonald’s parking lot in Springfield’s North End after an alleged drug deal.
Springfield Police said the driver had a toddler in the car when the man was attempting to get in.
Springfield Police arrested a self-admitted gang member this week, who allegedly had a large bag of crack cocaine in his underwear.
Springfield Police discovered several licensing violations at the Our Lady of Mount Carmel Society.
Former inmates were recognized Friday night for getting their lives back on track. 22News explains why their contributions were recognized.
The AIDS foundation of Western Massachusetts once again hosted its VIVA! Gala at the Log Cabin in Holyoke Friday night.
Dozens of these families are making six-figures, some even making $100,000 more than the income limit to live in public housing.
Low to moderate-income taxpayers could get thousands of dollars on their return through the Earned Income Tax Credit.
The owner of Moriarty’s Pub and the Springfield License Commission has come to an agreement on the bar’s entertainment license.
If you have a WiFi-connected baby monitor, hackers could be checking in on your child.
A former Springfield mayor says that he wants to replace the retiring Michael Ashe as the new sheriff of Hampden County.
It’s the end of January and some businesses that would usually be closed for the season are still open.
22News found out how the Pioneer Valley Transit Authority plans to clear snow away from bus stops, following major storms.
After 118 years of serving Springifleld’s North End neighborhoods, it’s time for a new Brightwood Elementary School.
The federal government is investing more than one and a half million dollars in two of Holyoke Community College’s programs.
This Sunday on 22News InFocus, a panel discussion on the impact of legalizing marijuana for recreational use in Massachusetts