Walk around and take a big bite out of a variety of sweet and salty pleasures.
Residents can head to Chicopee Center for some food, fun, and entertainment Friday and Saturday!
Chicopee police say they were called to the same Starbucks store two days in a row for a report of a woman using fake $100 bills.
People are still excited that the powerball ticket was sold in Chicopee.
The intersection has reopened to drivers in Chicopee.
Chicopee police say the Westfield Savings Bank on Savings Bank was robbed early Thursday afternoon.
The crash, involving a car and a box truck, brought down a traffic signal early Friday morning.
Springfield police say that the victim is not being cooperative with investigators.
South Hadley Fire Chief Bob Authier told 22News firefighters responded to calls about a fire at 15 Waite Avenue.
The most recent one happened at the Westfield Bank on Center Street in Chicopee on Thursday.
Three minority students reportedly attacked a white student in the school’s parking lot after the victim allegedly used a racial slur.
Since 2003, there have been three Powerball jackpot winners, Mavis being the fourth.
Visitors got to sample refreshments from local breweries, food from local restaurants, and meet the native animals at the Forest Park zoo.
Attorneys and financial experts agree that managing $400 million is not something you should do alone.
Police said the woman took the donation jar and placed it in her bag.
Bob Bolduc, the founder of Pride Station & Stores told 22News the store could get up to $50-thousand dollars for selling the winning ticket.
The Powerball winner was more likely to get struck by lightning twice in their lifetime then win the lottery.
Gibson was sentenced to one year in prison for larceny and possession of a class A substance in 2016.
Mavis Wanczyk’s life changed forever on Wednesday afternoon, but she didn’t know it until after the winning combination was drawn.
Some residents said it’s all about luck, and hope they will get lucky one day.