Police are warning residents to remove valuables from their vehicles. 22News went to Wilbraham where several cars were broken into.
Tower Square in Springfield played host to a conference sponsored by the Hampden County DA’s Office task force on domestic violence.
Seven of the 276 dogs rescued from the house in Monmouth County, N.J. have been taken to Springfield to recover from their ordeal.
Do you usually check your personal phone or browse the Internet at work? You could be a part of a growing problem.
Six Flags has launched the tallest, fastest and longest virtual reality roller coaster in the world, going at 77 mph with a 200 foot drop.
Holyoke embraced Immigrant Heritage Month. 22News found out the celebration was a good learning experience for school children.
Nearly 100 6th graders collected more than 800 items of clothing that reached the agencies that provide help to the needy.
University of Massachusetts professors are working on programs to improve the health of western Massachusetts children.
The contractor is still working, because of mistakes that were made during the initial construction.
Michael Bissonnette faces several charges, including assaulting a police officer.
A 23-year-old man from Springfield was caught selling marijuana on Boston Road, Wednesday afternoon, with a GPS ankle bracelet.
Springfield Police arrested a 29-year-old man early Wednesday night after getting reports he was armed with a semi-automatic handgun.
A man underwent treatment, Wednesday night, for multiple gunshot wounds he suffered in an attack on Osgood Street in Springfield.
The State Police Air Wing helicopter was assisting Springfield Police, Wednesday night, in the search for 2 armed robbery suspect.
An Agawam man with an extensive arrest record in Springfield, was arrested again on Wednesday for breaking into a car on Belmont St.
22News went to Chicopee’s dump site on Wednesday to find out where the City plans to put the trash after next year.
22News is digging deeper to get you answers on the Memorial Avenue Rotary Project, and why it’s taking so long to be completed.
Two men have pleaded guilty in a Connecticut home invasion during which two children hid and called their mother.
The westbound lane on Sumner Avenue in Springfield was temporarily shut down, Wednesday night, while police investigated an accident.
Prosecutors say that Manuel Carrasquillo yelled and swore at a triage nurse, and later assaulted a police officer.