While the warmer temperatures may feel nice, they can also be dangerous.
Charges include carrying a firearm with 3 prior violent and drug offenses.
The state has announced the drought is over but there are still water restrictions in Westfield.
The record temperature for this date was easily broken at 11:00 this morning, with temperatures to rise even higher into the afternoon.
The board of health determined that, currently, there will be no actions to prevent crumb rubber from being used in the Westfield.
Workforce agencies are focused on ensuring that those new to the job market are properly trained.
A new program in Southwick can help seniors with their tax bills.
Dowd had a career in law enforcement that began in the late 1950’s, and he led the department through most of the 1980’s.
22News is working for you with ways to prevent heat exhaustion, dehydration, and breathing problems due to the hot weather.
22News asked financial adviser Mark Teed if you need to be concerned about your investments after a disappointing day on Wall Street.
Dozens of High School athletes from around western Massachusetts gathered at Holyoke High School for the unified track and field event.
A debate is heating up in Holyoke over whether the fire department can adequately protect city residents.
Families, friends, and fellow officers gathered outside of Springfield Police headquarters Wednesday.
If you play the lottery, don’t expect to be able to buy tickets online anytime soon.
Thursday’s high temperatures will affect the Holyoke Farmers Market.
New colored lines painted along Main and Skyes Streets in honor of National Police Week.
A motorcycle burst into flames after colliding with a pickup truck on Franklin St. in Westfield Wednesday night.
The rules of boating are different and being distracted can be extremely dangerous.
MassDOT crews will be performing line striping on lanes along Riverdale Road.
22News sat down with a state police bomb technician today to learn about their very risky job.