Springfield Police were called to a serious single car crash that sent five people to the hospital.
The program dubbed “Passport around the World” featured music from many cultures, genres, styles and artists.
Fans were treated to a block party in Court Square before the Thunderbirds took on the Hartford Wolfpack at opening night.
Polish music and culture were on display during the 41st Annual Parish Bazaar at the Basillica’s school building in Chicopee.
Governor Baker and Mayor Sarno came to Van Horn Park to help unveil a monument that pays tribute to the Neighborhood Parents Association.
Kids got a look at the fire trucks, and adults got a better understanding of how their police and fire departments protect the community.
22News will broadcast the recorded service tomorrow morning at 10:00 p.m. as part of the weekly Chalice of Salvation program.
Photos show the billowing smoke is visible from the highway and the home has severe damage.
It’s estimated that more than one and a half million Americans suffer from these gastrointestinal ailments.
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Friday, the government announced people who receive social security benefits will see a two-percent increase.
Two people were taken to the hospital after being shot in separate incidents overnight.
This walk is a nationwide event, but walkers have gathered here at Stanley Park where the event will kick off later Saturday morning.
Teachers from the Maurice A. Donahue School took a golf cart provided by Gary Rome Hyundai to visit the families of their students.
People attended the vigil and walk from the Corner of Main and Bancroft Streets to remember loved ones lost to HIV and AIDS.
The Boy Scouts said the move will make joining the scouts more convenient for families, but not everyone supports the idea.
It just got easier for elderly and low-income families to take advantage of high speed internet in Springfield.
One in seven of people living with HIV in the U.S. don’t know they have it.
The three day festival at St. Luke Greek Orthodox Church in East Longmeadow brought many to celebrate Greek food and culture.
Officers sent back early due to miscommunication, according to the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency.