Three residents at the Leavitt Family Jewish nursing Home in Longmeadow celebrated their 100th birthdays on Wednesday.
The PVTA and local politicians broke ground for the construction of the new PVTA transportation pavilion.
7,500 flags were placed in front of tombstones by 150 volunteers.
In Massachusetts nearly 850,000 residents are expected to travel this Memorial Day weekend.
The weather is getting warmer, and that means that mosquitoes are becoming more numerous; bringing the risk of disease along with them.
State Police enforce our traffic laws. The 22News I-Team reveals if the data supports the commonly held theory that they’re filling quotas.
A man from Springfield will spend at least 18 years in state prison for brutally attacking an elderly man on Election Day in 2014.
The Springfield budget meeting scheduled for Tuesday night was postponed by the City Council, making the Mayor Sarno annoyed.
Cities like Springfield and Hartford are using federal grants and drug forfeiture money to help pay for these intelligence centers.
More than 300 Vietnam Veterans will be inducted into the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund’s In Memory Program on June 18, 2016.
The son of the longtime state representative, a Springfield City Councilor, and a five-time candidate are among those in the running.