22News found out how OPEC’s decision will affect gas prices and oil prices in the U.S.
Mayor Sarno attended last Sunday’s rally along with 1,000 veterans and residents protesting the college’s decision to remove its flag.
Agawam residents have been bringing toys that their children no longer use anymore to the exchange, for the benefit of other families.
Most donated items brought to the 22News lobby for Toys for Tots are more suitable for teens’ younger brothers and sisters.
The fire caused police to close a portion of Stafford Street temporarily Friday morning.
A company submitted plans for the project, but the East Longmeadow Town Council said they don’t provide enough info to gain approval.
More than 1,000 people living with AIDS in Springfield alone. 22News found out how prevalent the disease is in western Massachusetts.
Springfield City Council is proposing an ordinance to try and clarify who has the authority to approve the demolition of historic buildings.
The East Longmeadow Town Council voted unanimously Thursday night on who will be the next Town Manager.
The Westfield City Council voted Thursday in favor of prohibiting smoking on all city owned, operated or leased outdoor public places.
Springfield Firefighters were called to a multi-family house on Yale Street, late Thursday afternoon, to control a fire on the second floor.
A public hearing was held at Westfield State University, Thursday night, on the proposed Hampden Charter School of Science.
Three men have been arrested in connection with a Saturday afternoon shooting in South Hadley.
Springfield police say that tips from the public helped lead them to a suspect in three different robberies at the same gas station.
Western Massachusetts picked up some beneficial rain this week. 22News is working for you with the latest update on our ongoing drought.
One tidbit that came out of the Gaming Commission’s meeting in Springfield was that 31 Elm Street could become MGM’s market-rate apartments.
Breaking and entering into businesses have happened 11 times since Sept. 1 of this year. Eight home break-ins in November.
Students in Palmer will not be going to school Thursday after a threatening message was found outside the high school.
Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno attended Sunday’s protest at Hampshire College, urging the college to raise their American flag again.
Mayor Will Reichelt says that the controversy at Hampshire College has caused him to think about what the flag means to him.