Springfield Police say an argument during a basketball game ended with gunfire and two men being treated for gunshot wounds Thursday night.
UMass Police are investigating after a man reportedly exposed himself to a woman in a parking lot on campus.
The Town of Palmer is notifying drivers that road improvement projects on Friday and Monday will impact traffic flow.
The Agawam Police Department wants residents to be on high alert and watch for anyone who shouldn’t be in their neighborhoods.
Springfield’s Old Hill and Upper Hill residents hope neighbors getting to know one another will help increase the quality of life in their n…
A meeting was held in Northampton, Thursday night, with a goal of helping undocumented immigrants feel safer in the community.
A heat wave is when the high temperature reaches 90 degrees or higher, 3 days in a row. So far in 2014, we haven’t had any.
Southwick health director Thomas Fitzgerald has closed the town beach once again this week due to high levels of bacteria in the lake.
An Adams police officer was arraigned on charges of uttering a false prescription and attempting to commit a crime.
Consumers saved an estimated $25.9 million in foregone sales tax during last weekend’s sales tax holiday.
Rookie Matt Shoemaker didn’t allow a hit through 6 2-3 innings and Los Angeles held on for a win over Boston on Thursday.
Baker, after the debate, also reiterated his intention to file legislation, if elected, to allow a Springfield casino to open even if the ex…
After voters abolished greyhound racing in Massachusetts in 2008, Raynham closed its track, while continuing to offer simulcast racing.
Tolman said the attorney general’s office could issue regulations requiring “smart gun” technology, such as finger-print identification, and…
Coakley’s office said last week it had reached a settlement with the Brennan Group in which the firm would pay $100,000 over three years to …
Could what’s happening in Ferguson, Missouri happen here? That’s what the head of the Springfield NAACP wants to prevent.
The 22News I-Team continues to follow any developments in the state’s efforts to move families sheltered in hotels and motels out.