The Religious service at the Big E has been a tradition of long-standing.
Springfield residents from two families were made homeless after a fire forced the families out of their apartments at Waterford Circle.
700 people walked and thousands more attended the Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
More than 800 people are signed up to participate in Sunday’s walk supporting care and research on Alzheimer’s here at Holyoke Community Col…
Starting Monday, 22News and the Big E will be teaming up to collect donations for the American Red Cross Hurricane Disaster Relief efforts.
Family, friends and city officials gathered to honor Former State Rep. Benjamin Swan’s humanitarian efforts toward the city of Springfield.
The East Longmeadow Democratic Town Committee organized the first debate where health care and tax revenue were among the issues addressed.
Dozens waited in long lines outside the Maine State Building for one of the most popular Big E delicacies: the baked potato.
It’s almost time to register for the annual Bright Night’s 5K Road Race.
Dozens of people, gathered at Springfield’s city hall steps where Native American culture was celebrated and recognized.
Neighborhood Family Fun day is annual event that attracts many who live in the nearby high rise apartment buildings.
It turns out there’s a certain type of weather that draws the most crowds.
Riders had five rest stops as they traveled across the state to Boston.
22News will be airing a special broadcast of the Chalice of Salvation Mass on Sunday.
Last year, more than one million people attended the Big E, and MassDOT is reminding drivers to give themselves more time.
Bicyclists are making their way across Massachusetts, in honor of fallen law enforcement officers.
Hundreds of riders headed out from downtown Springfield for the State House in Boston.
Jose was downgraded to a tropical storm late Thursday morning, but it became a Category 1 hurricane again by Friday afternoon.
Luminaries were lit in honor of friends and family who are currently battling or have died from cancer.
Plenty of people got to experience the fair foods and fun that keep people coming back year after year.