Police were investigating an incident in which someone fired several shots at a house in Springfield’s Forest Park, Tuesday night.
A section of Boston Road was closed after a pedestrian accident Tuesday night in Springfield.
Months after announcing staff reductions, one of the region’s largest employers has announced plans to cut more positions.
Springfield employees are required to live in the city. The 22News I-Team found out how many the mayor allows to live outside the city.
Representatives from HAP Housing spoke Tuesday night about the services to help end family homelessness in Springfield.
The Holyoke City Council meeting Tuesday night was packed with supporters of a resolution to free Puerto Rican Nationalist Oscar Lopez River…
The Holyoke City Council has an open seat to fill after Councilor Jennifer Chateauneuf resigned on Tuesday.
On the agenda at Tuesday night’s Holyoke City Council meeting, there was a request for the installation of a speed bump.
If approved by regulators and shareholders, the combined company would be the largest bank headquartered in Hampden County.
One Springfield neighborhood is taking the fight against heroin and prescription pill addiction into their own hands.
In this freezing weather, the water that settles on bridges freezes more easily, and can cause black ice.
Easthampton DPW testing sewers to prevent backups
A new license to carry requirement demands people have “live fire” experience to eligible for a license
Fire started in a detached, two car garage behind 37-39 Maryland Street
There are six ranking fire officials who don’t actually live in Springfield, violating a city ordinance.
State police are reminding all drivers to reduce your speed, stay alert, and leave space between you and the car ahead of you.
It might be a good idea to start taking cholesterol medication, even if you don’t have high cholesterol.
Sunday’s snowstorm brought Monson 6.5 inches of snow, where some parts of the Pioneer Valley only saw a dusting which was melted by the afte…
The Air Force has commissioned environmental impact assessments at four bases, including Westover.
Instead of having a fixed rate, customers will be charged based on how much water you use and how much of the city’s supply you access.