Montgomery does not have a hydrant system, so firefighters had to rely on tanker trucks for water to put out the fire.
The tree was lit near the corner of Main and Morris Streets.
The first annual Keno’s Giveback Birthday Bash was held at Queenies Island Cuisine Tuesday night.
A collaboration with Baypath University and Elms College offered workshops to help students understand the college application process.
The AG’s office said Centrus Premier Home Care Inc. improperly submitted and received overpayments for services from MassHealth.
Twenty-seven girl scouts and their adult leaders from Chicopee Troop 956 brought their gifts for deserving children.
Friends of the Homeless received boxes of brand new socks to help keep their clients warm this winter.
Shovels which during an early snowstorm might already be gone, remain unsold.
MGM spokesman Severio Mancini told 22News, the complex in the cities south end will be open in September 2018.
It’s been two years since the Mass Mutual Center hosted the Western New England Golden Gloves Tournament.
Pallets of donations were delivered to the Veterans Support Center in Chicopee Tuesday morning.
Anyone who can recognize the suspect or who may have seen something is asked to call West Springfield Police.
Savage Arms argued the issue stems from user error, despite receiving dozens of complaints and settling lawsuits.
The fire is believed to have started in the basement of the ranch-style home.
The 52-year-old woman was walking her dog November 27 when she was hit.
Funding will support community projects that protect open space and wildlife habitat for the future.
22News has advice to help make sure the charity you’re giving to is legitimate.
Two classes of elementary students received teddy bears to take home Tuesday, thanks to volunteers.
Two witnesses provided statements to police officers, leading to the man’s arrest.
Families of at least 800 dead people notified about missing camera.