The Fourth of July celebration started Friday night in western Massachusetts with a fireworks display in the City of Holyoke.
The Jeremiah Hurley Memorial Tournament was dedicated to Ashley Guindon this year and other officers killed in the line of duty.
22News found out many Europeans are still trying to figure out what leaving the European Union really means.
Stop Animal Exploitation NOW! wants the USDA to fine the zoo following Dizzy’s escape, and investigate two monkey deaths from last year.
New funding has been awarded to 12 western Massachusetts cities and towns to help address the skills gap.
Officers from different police departments in western Mass. are working together to discover who’s been breaking in to local businesses.
The Springfield Catholic Diocese is auctioning off some of the treasures salvaged from Cathedral High School for a good cause.
Some good news during this global crisis, now is the time for millennials to start investing in the stock market.
A woman who claims Bill Cosby sexually assaulted her back in 1965 filed a motion at federal court in Springfield to end her lawsuit.
22News examined the referendum that triggered the resignation of a Prime Minister, and caused global turmoil.
Hours after voters in Great Britain decided to exit the European Union, the U.S. stock market opened 500 points down.
22News will help a recent Westfield High School graduate attain her dream of becoming a broadcast journalist.
The three day “Dress for Success” tag sale at Eastfield Mall encourages women to fill a bag with donated clothes.
The house on Chapin Terrace provided a home-away-from-home for some 153 families last year alone.
WinnCompanies is currently working on Mill #10 that will result in 75 age-restricted, mixed income housing in the historic structure.
A fireworks display will follow the game, the Blue Sox vs. the Upper Valley Nighthawks.
Meadow Street was closed for most of the morning, but it is now open.
Springfield police say they found 200 bags of heroin labeled “Trap Queen” inside a car driven by a man they say has a criminal history.
A 24-year-old man was arrested by Springfield Police this week after he was allegedly caught openly drinking a beer on the street.
The elusive monkey was finally caught by Zoo employees at Forest Park Thursday evening, after being on the loose for more than 2 days.