The state primary is coming up on September 8, and 22News is working for you with a series of debates to help you make informed decisions.
Thanks to a grant from the Department of Homeland Security, the Westfield Fire Department will be getting some new equipment.
It may seem minor but a change in issuance of dock registrations in Southwick helps the town.
Parts of Tinkham and Soule Road in Wilbraham will be closed on Friday and Saturday as crews begin road pavement work.
Springfield Police have issued arrest warrants for two women suspected of stealing a wallet with a thousand dollars in it.
Holyoke Detectives arrested a 27-year-old man on Thursday for allegedly being involved in several shootings throughout the city.
Our severe drought is spreading state-wide. 22News found out that we all need to conserve water.
It’s a big problem, and it’s almost one hundred percent avoidable. 22News is working for you to save you both money and aggravation.
Chicopee Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a brother and sister, who were last seen early Wednesday evening.
Preventable medical errors have increased in Massachusetts. 22News found out one local hospital is mentioned prominently in the report.
The Bridge Home offers a place to stay for six to eight men recovering from previous drug and alcohol abuse.
22News is working for you with a list of when students will be returning to school.
Springfield Technical Community College offers students a smooth transition to state universities.
The sounds of southern blues and rock filled downtown Springfield on the last night of the eight summer concert series.
The framework is finished for a rail car manufacturing plant in Springfield. 22News spoke with Governor Baker at Thursday’s ceremony.
If you’ve driven on the highways recently you’ve likely noticed vegetation and weeds encroaching onto the roads.
Crews from the Springfield Water and Sewer Commission were called to Birnie Avenue in Springfield’s North End, Thursday afternoon.
Holyoke Fire Capt. Anthony Cerruti says the fire spread after the man who started it left to visit a nearby store.
Police said the suspect was caught on radar traveling 72 MPH in a 40 MPH zone on Southwick Road shortly before 9 p.m. Tuesday.
22News explains why many in Western Massachusetts will be taking advantage of early voting.