If you are someone who uses popular social media sites to stay in touch with friends, get information, or promote a business, you might notice some changes in the way one of your accounts looks.
The Department of Public Works has announced that construction has resumed on the Boston Road Reconstruction project following a winter shutdown.
Two men were stabbed during a robbery in Springfield just after midnight
Two men are recovering in the hospital after being stabbed during a robbery in Springfield’s Old Hill neighborhood just after midnight Wednesday.
ATK Sporting has announced that 37 employees from the Savage Arms manufacturing facility in Westfield have been laid off.
A lawyer for the City of Springfield says that an event being promoted by a downtown nightclub would violate state law, so he has issued a cease-and-desist order.
Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno has announced the demolition of the 122-124 Kensington Avenue property. The structure has been deemed unsafe and will be demolished.
East Longmeadow voters Tuesday night elected a political newcomer to serve a three year term as town selectman.
Massachusetts largest health insurer is taking steps they say could help curb the drug problem in our state. They’re limiting the number of narcotics their members can get.
Several major automakers are proposing a change to federal regulations, which would allow them to build cars without side view mirrors; replacing them with cameras.
As many drivers have experienced over this long winter, potholes can cause quite a bit of damage to your car, and despite the recent warmup, many potholes have yet to be repaired.
A man driving an unregistered car crashed it into a traffic island before leading an officer and his canine partner on a chase through several backyards in the middle of the pouring rain, Springfield police say.
There will be a new director charged with the task of making sure Springfield streets get plowed and potholes repaired among many other duties.
Students have returned to classes at Springfield’s Van Sickle Middle and Renaissance Schools after an evacuation for a smell of natural gas for the second day in a row.
Three utility companies are looking to overturn penalties against them following two major storms that hit New England in 2011.
Changes could be coming soon to the Springfield Police Department. After a series of weekend shootings that sent 5 people to the hospital, John Barbieri outlined his strategy to stop the violence.
Westfield Fire investigators have determined that overheating wax in a 55-gallon drum started a dangerous fire in the loading dock of a Westfield packaging distribution company Monday morning.
Westfield State University released a report by the state Office of the Comptroller Monday, which reviewed its current financial policies.
A fight over the proceeds of a nightclub performance ended after a comedian threw a large rock through the windshield of a DJ’s pickup truck, Springfield police say.
The 22News I-Team did some digging and found out there is no FBI investigation into the West Springfield police department.