Three men have been arrested in connection with a Saturday afternoon shooting in South Hadley.
Springfield police say that tips from the public helped lead them to a suspect in three different robberies at the same gas station.
Western Massachusetts picked up some beneficial rain this week. 22News is working for you with the latest update on our ongoing drought.
One tidbit that came out of the Gaming Commission’s meeting in Springfield was that 31 Elm Street could become MGM’s market-rate apartments.
Breaking and entering into businesses have happened 11 times since Sept. 1 of this year. Eight home break-ins in November.
Students in Palmer will not be going to school Thursday after a threatening message was found outside the high school.
Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno attended Sunday’s protest at Hampshire College, urging the college to raise their American flag again.
Mayor Will Reichelt says that the controversy at Hampshire College has caused him to think about what the flag means to him.
22News gives you a look from on the ground at the progress being made on MGM Springfield’s casino construction.
UMass Medical School and UMass Amherst are partnering with Baystate Health to create a new satellite medical school campus.
Two Springfield elementary school students were evaluated at the hospital after another student brought a tattoo device on a school bus.
22News spoke Thursday with one man who said that the work is more than satisfying.
Moe’s held a VIP luncheon for city leaders ahead of its grand opening Thursday and will hold a fundraiser for Chicopee High School.
Any guideline for taking cinnamon to lower blood sugar? Do I just add it to food or take a supplement?
22News anchor Rich Tettemer served as emcee for the annual tree lighting ceremony at the Holyoke Mall.
The commissioners viewed the site of the new casino, hotel, and food market being built in the South End, and will have their weekly meeting…
The 13-B exit ramp has reopened to drivers after a crash Thursday morning.
Despite the rainfall we’ve had this week, western Massachusetts remains in moderate to extreme drought.
All the Palmer Public Schools will be closed on Thursday, December 1st after a threatening message was reported on a school sign.
Four businesses in the City of Springfield failed to apply for a liquor license renewal by this year’s deadline.