22News is teaming up with the Red Cross and local fire departments to help install smoke alarms in local homes.
Western Massachusetts welcomed in more than 20 new firefighters in a ceremony in Indian Orchard.
An East Longmeadow native and a Basketball Hall of Famer received recognition on Friday for their community service.
The 439th Airlift Wing commander is the sixth commander since 2000 to be nominated for the rank of brigadier general.
Black Friday shopping starts Thanksgiving night this year, but you’ll have to drive to another state to do it.
Although Westover ARB wasn’t chosen to house the new KC-46As, it is still an alternate base.
Volunteers are needed to provide a voice on a council aimed to to make funding recommendations on behalf of Holyoke citizens.
A ticket to the Thunderbirds game will also get you admission to the Bruins alumni game.
Phase 2 of the I-91 reconstruction project is expected to begin this winter and continue through spring 2018.
22News is working to keep you safe by joining forces with the American Red Cross on their Home Fire Campaign.
The U.S. Marshals Service says it has arrested an 18-year-old in Vermont, who is considered a murder suspect in Massachusetts.
Drivers have been dealing with delays on I-91 for a year now, and the reconstruction project is still almost two years from completion.
Massachusetts lawmakers have different ideas on how to spend the marijuana money, but they all agree the tax rate could go higher.
The 22News I-Team reveals if police departments in western Massachusetts are making sure their confiscated cash hasn’t disappeared.
The newest U.S. Drought monitor came Thursday and the extreme drought area now includes more of western Massachusetts.
MGM Springfield gave 22News a tour of their construction zone on Thursday. Here’s a look at the progress they’ve made so far.
In an effort to save lives, residents in Springfield learned Thursday night how to use the opiate reversal drug.
A series of new laws took effect on Thursday that protects your pets and you for saving them.
With all of I-91’s construction, narrowed lanes, and restricted traffic, people are wondered where they’ll put the snow this winter.
A deteriorating bridge in the Town of Palmer will be down to one lane starting on November 21st.