A local man fell from a bridge over the weekend, authorities said.
Governor Charlie Baker is expected to sign a bill Tuesday that’ll make it easier for local governments to make their own decisions.
Police said a road rage incident turned violent and resulted in one man behind bars.
Neighbors said that the sheep were running from yard to yard, eating their grass, and leaving droppings on the sidewalks.
22Nws exclusively spoke with Springfield College men’s volleyball coach Charlie Sullivan, who will assist the men’s team in Rio.
The FDA is placing new restrictions on e-cigarettes and vaporizers. Massachusetts banned the sale of e-cigarettes to minors in 2015.
The 22News I-Team has new information on why Homeland Security investigators were at South Boulevard in West Springfield on July 29th.
Chicopee’s Site Plan Advisory Review Committee is putting together a report of the application to convert the Cabotville mills into apartmen…
22News received a complaint from a nature lover about trash littering Loon Pond in Springfield Monday.
Luke Mcfarland, who trains at Daggett Gymnastics in Agawam may only be 12 years but he knows exactly what he wants to do when he grows up.
Low lakes and rivers and dry grass are problems now, but fall foliage may also be affected by this persistent dry weather.
Starting this week, anyone who gets a license, renews a license or gets a state identification card, is automatically enrolled to vote.
The suspect allegedly resisted arrest by kicking and punching officers as well as spitting and attempting to bite them.
Police say they had to use pepper spray to subdue a suspect who crashed into a cruiser, and earlier nearly crashed into another vehicle.
A search warrant was issued following the traffic stop that resulted in the seizure of drugs and cash.
A man was arrested on Monday after allegedly robbing a convenience store in Springfield.
Police say the incident began when a man driving at a high rate of speed struck another car on Northampton Street around 4:30 p.m. Sunday.
After the worst infestation of gypsy moth caterpillars since the early 1980s, trees in hard-hit areas of the state are finally recovering.
The GenForward survey found that 9 in 10 young people favor background checks for all gun sales, and stricter penalties for gun law violator…
The right travel lane of I-291 westbound was shut down as the pothole was fixed.