22News found out how fast the car was traveling, and the evidence that police said shows Aaron Thorne was driving and stole the car.
West Springfield Detectives are investigating a stabbing that took placed in a super market parking lot Friday night.
Homeless individuals are seeking shelter more frequently and come through the door with addictions or health issues, service providers said.
East Columbus Avenue north of Emery Street in Springfield will remain closed overnight from 9:00 p.m. Friday to 5:00 a.m. Saturday.
A local redevelopment initiative hopes to bring new life to the Falls neighborhood in South Hadley.
The Powerball jackpot has surpassed $300-million, and Friday night, lottery tickets were going fast in western Massachusetts.
Matthew Ostrander faces 17 charges including assault to murder in connection with a chase Saturday.
Armed men robbed nearly a dozen tourists and reportedly raped a U.S. traveler sleeping near one of Colombia’s most popular national parks.
Police haven’t said what the suspect’s connection is to the rented space on Pleasant Street, where the explosives were found.
The family of three flew in from Turkey on Friday. 22News found out there are a lot of people working to help them settle in.
Governor Charlie Baker is getting in on the ongoing debate over hand-held cell phone use while driving.
There are more and more potholes showing up across western Massachusetts and the city of Westfield is using a special new truck to fix them.
The suspect was arrested Friday at an apartment where he was allegedly hiding out with his girlfriend and several small children.
A total of 67 bags of suspected heroin were seized following a traffic stop on Main Street Thursday.
More than 100 UMass students and some professors participated in Friday’s event, which coincides with a national “general strike.”
Unintentional opioid-related overdose deaths likely rose for a sixth consecutive year in Massachusetts.
The police say it’s a common problem and you may have experienced it. 22News talked to the Springfield Police about road rage.
Recent snowfall is providing some relief from the drought we have been experiencing for the better part of a year now.
Signs line Milton Street banning parking between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. during the week, and warning of a fine for idling.
The program was piloted in the Springfield area over the last year, and will soon be available to the rest of the state.