The city is looking for public input for the development of an open space and recreation plan.
The Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum has partnered with the Hartford Marathon to host a 5K, which will raise money for the museum.
Another change may be coming to the Westfield’s water standards, this time in wastewater.
A man was arrested in Springfield after he allegedly crashed into a parked car, assaulted paramedics, and then fled from police.
The House bill is proposing a 28 percent tax on pot sales.
Real Living Realty donated $15,000 to Mercy Medical Center and Mercy Behavioral Health Center.
Exit 9 was supposed to remain closed until spring 2018.
The barge does not have lights and could be potentially hazardous to other boaters.
The exclusions list ensures that gamblers who have either cheated, evaded their taxes, or could pose a threat, aren’t allowed in casinos.
A section of Route 5 southbound was closed in West Springfield Friday night after a pedestrian accident on Riverdale Street.
Domingo Rosario pleaded guilty in 2017 to one count of heroin distribution.
A State Police told 22News the right lane between the two exits were closed.
Students from local charter schools got together to learn about race and bigotry in the world.
Springfield’s revitalization may continue with the historic Paramount Theater.
East Longmeadow residents have expressed concern about a section of Elm Street in which the 25mph speed limit is frequently ignored.
The annual event calls attention to the importance of fatherhood in the lives of children.
Even after a recount there was a tie for Huntington Town Clerk.
22News was at Baystate Medical Center as financial counselors helped local residents enroll for MassHealth.
The Holyoke school shut down back in 2008, and a company that was supposed to redevelop the property has backed out.
As the PVTA tightens its budget, service in Westfield could be affected.