A garage fire in Westfield temporarily shut down a section of Columbia Street, Tuesday night.
Firefighters were able to quickly put out a porch fire Tuesday night on Abbey Street in Chicopee.
The woman was possibly seen driving a red, Chevrolet Blazer.
The phony $20 bills give President Andrew Jackson a distorted nose, and have a misshapen White House on the back.
Governor Baker took a tour at Westfield Technical Academy and checked out their aviation and manufacturing program.
Four unarmed black men claim they were attacked by a group of off-duty cops. Their attorney says the police then tried to cover it up.
A license plate reader helped Connecticut State Police recover a U-Haul truck stolen from Monson this past Spring.
In Massachusetts, residents don’t have to show an ID or license to register.
Many students are spending their student loans on other expenses, and they’re getting away with it.
The mayor says that he stands by the police commissioner, and does not want people to think there is a systemic problem with the department.
It’s called the community preservation act and many communities here in Western Massachusetts have already put it in place.
It felt more like summer Tuesday, but October is known for being a month where there can be different types of weather.
The Springfield City Council approved plans for signage submitted by MGM Springfield.
22News got a status update from Congressman Richard Neal on the redevelopment of Union Station in downtown Springfield.
The City of Chicopee has sent out a survey in an effort to improve safety for children walking to and from school.
22News is working for you with a list of the various events and Trick-Or-Treating hours across western Massachusetts.
The Governor’s office said more than $2-million in federal grants will be given to 11 park improvement projects across the state.
Black bears are indigenous to western Massachusetts, so they occasionally show up in residential neighborhoods.
Many students need to take out loans to pay for tuition, room and board, but some are putting that money to use for other kinds of things.
Public Works officials urge residents to be vigilant about leaf pick-up this fall.