This is the second year that Celebrate Holyoke has conducted their annual festival, after a 10 year hiatus.
The Springfield Buffalo Soldiers chapter continued a 9 year tradition by raising money for their community projects.
The countdown got off to a fast start for the hundreds who participated in the 5K road race and fun run through the grounds.
Thousands of parents and kids were given free backpacks, along with school supplies, at the Back to School celebration in Springfield.
Saturday marked the second day of the 8th Annual 9/11 Memorial Wiffle ball tournament, honoring fallen U.S military personnel and their fami…
Renaldo Rivera continued his mother’s legacy Saturday with the 11th annual “Stop Violence” basketball tournament.
Ludlow Elks lodge 2448 turned their Chapin Street pavilion into an education center for the public Saturday.
With bags packed, bins loaded and posters ready to put on the walls, 450 Freshmen moved into American International College Saturday.
All blood donations will soon be screened for the Zika virus nationwide. 22News found out how that impacts blood donors in western Mass.
Piper Cross Road was closed Friday night while West Springfield Police investigated a two-vehicle crash at a dicey intersection.
Westfield’s Opioid Task Force put on a demonstration Friday night to teach the public about the life saving overdose reversal drug.
Now that the Memorial Avenue rotary in West Springfield is finally done, the landscaping has been completely ignored.
Senator said more people are dying from the synthetic opioid Fentanyl, and wants Congress to play a bigger role in fighting the epidemic.
A man will be summonsed to court on multiple charges after he allegedly crashed his car into two others in Chicopee late Friday morning.
This year’s 3-day weekend tournament honors the sacrifice of Army Sergeant Benjamin Sherman of Plymouth.
22News took a closer look at who decides whether these bans are necessary, and what type of penalties you could face for violating them.
The Springfield Registry of Motor Vehicles has a poor reputation. The state is hoping that’s about to change.
New data reveals 2016 has seen a dramatic increase in the number of car accidents.
Even though cancer rates are growing, heart disease still claims the more lives. 22News spoke with a cardiologist about how to prevent it.
An Agawam high school student was recognized as a Red Cross Hometown Hero because she used an EpiPen to save a stricken classmate.