There were lots of people wearing red in Holyoke on Friday. 22News was honored to be a part of this years Go Red for Women luncheon.
Tickets are still available for the Red Cross’s annual Hometown Heroes breakfast at the MassMutual Center.
It’s been weeks since parking bans have been enforced across western Mass, and many of them still aren’t lifted.
Who is responsible for clearing PVTA bus stops? 22News went to Springfield City Hall Friday afternoon to find out the answers.
We now know when MGM plans to “break” ground in Springfield’s South End.
Boston’s transit system is still a mess, but will we have to pay for it?
The push continues for the Boston 2024 Summer Olympics bid to expand to western Massachusetts.
Route 5 northbound in the area of the tunnel was shut down, again for a very familiar reason.
Worker safety, wages, and employment were just some of the issues discussed during an annual breakfast between legislators and labor leaders…
A gas leak in Agawam temporarily forced more than a dozen people out of their homes.
Governor Baker will speak in front of more than 700 local business leaders during an event at the MassMutual Center Friday.
A street in Feeding Hills has been closed for more than 16 hours, as gas company crews continue to make repairs.
East Longmeadow is just the latest of several area communities that have been dealing with water main breaks amid the extreme cold.
Deep frost is likely to blame for a leak in Agawam. 22News found out what steps our utility companies are taking to protect their customers.
Traffic on the westbound side of the Mass Pike is flowing from Westfield into West Springfield after a deadly accident Thursday afternoon
22News received a document from Dobelle’s attorney, Ross Garber, stating all parties agreed to stop the litigation and dismiss the case.
Police found illegal firearms and cash hidden in the Springfield man’s home back in January 2013. Now, he’ll spend more than 10yrs in prison…