No injuries were reported in the crash, but traffic remains backed up on I-91 through downtown Springfield.
A neighbor told 22News that she heard gunshots as she was walking down the stairs Tuesday morning.
When the driver got out of the car he allegedly had his fists clenched and was highly agitated, said Chicopee Police Officer Michael Wilk.
Falcons Way will be renamed after the local hockey legend.
With a new sports facility being pitched to the town, people in the area are wondering, “just what is disc golf, anyway?”
This is the first of five scheduled consumer listening sessions, but it’s the only one that’ll be held here in Western Massachusetts.
Thousands of residents were without power in Springfield, Monday night, after an equipment failure at two different locations.
The family of Dylan Francisco, who was shot and killed in Chicopee over the weekend, is asking for space and privacy as they grieve.
Police found shell casings in two different locations in Springfield, Monday night, at Renee Circle and Chapel Street.
Residents gathered Monday night to discuss a HAP Housing development project potentially coming to the Mill Street area in Agawam.
Forty-two year-old Jeffrey Lovell was ordered held without the right to bail during his arraignment on a murder charge Monday.
Severe storms have brought down trees and power lines as they moved into western Massachusetts Monday afternoon.
In December, the U.S. military announced they’d open all combat positions up to women in every branch of the armed forces.
Multiple police shootings have taken place across the country. 22News found out how these shootings impacted residents in western Mass.
Darby is 8 years old and she’s looking to get attached to one special person.
Funding slated to help low income residents receive job training and employment.
If you are traveling in the area you should seek an alternative route to avoid the traffic.
Damaging winds and street flooding were the main threats throughout western Mass. as storms passed on Monday.
Three masked men assaulted a Draper Street resident in his home.
“Officers just removed their mourning badges, and now, they have to attach them again.” Chicopee Police Officer