The anti-drunk driving campaign began on Thursday, and means increased patrols and sobriety checkpoints around the area.
Springfield Water and Sewer Commission crews were trying to fix a water main break that shut down a portion of Cottage Street.
Over $11 million in funding was announced Tuesday to help cities and towns convert from traditional streetlights to LED technology.
The new park will be named in the memory of Officer Alain Beauregard and Officer Michael Schiavnina.
The mayor said he will be submitting a request to apply an additional $1.33 million from the city’s certified free cash account to offset th…
The MBTA has announced plans to replace all of their Red Line cars, instead of keeping and refurbishing some of their existing fleet.
Many residents told 22News this area is typically very safe, but these break-ins have caused them to be much more vigilant and careful.
Monday night marked our last night of collecting donations for Toys for Tots at 22News, and here’s a look at the results.
The Secretary of States office could have results of the ballot question ready for the Governor’s Council Certification on Wednesday.
Unattractive “slum” title of Ware’s downtown could give the town an advantage of acquiring government grants.
Mayor Domenic Sarno announced on Monday that the City of Springfield was ranked as one of Massachusetts top Christmas towns.
The Harold Grinspoon charitable foundation partnered with Big Y and MGM to award the grants to strengthen local farmer’s.
The crash left a hole in the side of the building, which has been blocked-off with caution tape.
Snow blowers were the more efficient, less labor-intensive way to clear the very heavy, wet snow.
The therapy dogs visited Springfield Technical Community College on Monday to relieve the students stress before final exams start.
In some areas of the city, it is difficult enough to find on-street parking during normal weather conditions.
Governor Baker cut nearly $98 million in unilateral spending cuts from the nearly $40 billion state budget on Tuesday.
Ashe and his staff are being honored for work throughout the City of Springfield.
Over $1,000 in toys, gift cards, sports apparel, and games were distributed at the Shriners Hospital for Children.
Funding will help communities develop and expand opportunities for green space and outdoor recreation.