A Springfield firefighter had to be taken to the hospital after being injured while working to put out the fire on Melville Street.
A minivan struck a light pole near the corner of Union and Orleans Streets in the city’s Old Hill neighborhood Tuesday.
Dozens of police dogs and their handlers are going through certification at Westover Air Reserve Base this week.
Bears are out of hibernation now, and they may be looking for food in your neighborhood!
We have seen a good amount of rainfall this spring, and that has been good news when it comes to drought conditions.
Businesses leaders from western Massachusetts will be in Boston Wednesday for the annual Beacon Hill Summit.
22News found out why people wait until the last minute to get their lawnmowers ready for spring.
Veterans in western Massachusetts had the chance on Tuesday to find new employment opportunities and medical care.
Holyoke schools are changing the way that their classrooms are cleaned, in an effort to be more Earth and health-conscious.
The first place PSA “More than Yourself,” by Agawam High School, will air on 22News.
The city’s planning board voted on whether or not they will hold a hearing to address revoking Root’s Athletic Center’s special permit.
The city’s replacement of balustrades around two downtown parks is underway and is expected to be finished by mid-summer.
Wilbraham police say the incident happened around 2:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Springfield Police were busy late Monday night investigating two armed robberies that happened within an hour.
MassDOT told 22News crews will be milling and paving the roads overnight on Route 5 in West Springfield.
A 23 year-old woman from South Hadley died after her car went off the road Saturday morning, and crashed into a tree stump.
State Police are conducting an enforcement program, which is designed to stop people from speeding and driving carelessly on highways.
A 29 year-old man is recovering from gunshot wounds after being shot by police during a pursuit Sunday morning.
Local and state fire officials are still investigating a fire that left three refugee families in Westfield homeless.
A suspect in the early morning arson fire has been arrested by the Springfield Police Department.