Dozens of teens in western Massachusetts were honored Wednesday for helping provide food for hungry families.
The Springfield Rescue Mission has what they need for a meaningful Thanksgiving dinner for hundreds, except for one important element.
Baystate Health Systems and Boston Medical Center’s BMC HealthNet plan have agreed to a coverage extension until February 28, 2015.
The governor’s chief of staff is returning to western Massachusetts to run a local agency that helps businesses expand in our area.
Record cold this morning with a wind chill factor as well.
A special Longmeadow Select Board meeting to discuss any possible “voting irregularities” is taking place Monday night.
A study of how schools are disciplining their students found that Holyoke’s school suspension rate is five times the state average.
Millions in casino licensing fees will be distributed. 22News discovered how certain surrounding communities’ upfront payments will be used.
Longmeadow residents held a special town meeting Tuesday night to vote on how tax money will be spent, and made, in town.
A fugitive described by Holyoke Police as “a one-man crime wave” has been brought back to Holyoke to face numerous felony charges.
A new audit by the State Department of Public Safety found thousands of elevators in Mass. operate under expired inspection certificates.
In Fiscal 2015, Agawam homeowners will see their annual property tax bill increase by about $40.
The completed sale of the former Lynch School in Holyoke is almost two years away.
Armed robbers held up the Downtown Convenience Store on Worthington Street in Springfield Tuesday night.
Hampden County residents are bringing holiday cheer to children around the world.
If you plan to eat or shop in downtown Springfield Thanksgiving weekend, parking shouldn’t be a problem.
Buildings shone bright in white light in Springfield Tuesday night to bring awareness to lung cancer.