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.
If you want to get some exercise during your lunch break Thursday, you can come down to One Financial Plaza to support a good cause!
After less than two years in operation, another small business will close it’s doors.
Fourteen students at the school are enrolled in their aviation maintenance technology program.
One western Massachusetts lawmaker says that he plans to ask why no toll gantries are being installed in the Springfield and Worcester areas…
Springfield police are looking for three armed suspects after they broke into a woman’s apartment on Mill Street.
Once the facility is finished, it will be used to manufacture 284 subway cars for the MBTA.
Officers were initially called to Summit Street just before midnight on Wednesday.
There may be a healthy aspect to our dry summer. 22News explains why we’re seeing fewer ticks.
Holyoke Police Narcotics seized more than 2,000 bags of heroin, Wednesday morning, after a drug bust on Maple Street.
Police arrested three people Wednesday morning for allegedly breaking into homes in Easthampton over the past several weeks.
Springfield police hope you recognize two women who allegedly took a wallet that contained a lot of money.
A hit-and-run accident that happened in front of an off-duty Westfield police officer led to the arrest of a Westfield woman.
A probation sentence has sparked outrage across the U.S., and now thousands want a judge at Palmer District Court to step down.