One Springfield man was killed on Saturday and another was hurt when their motorcycles crashed.
Job growth in the United States has proved surprisingly consistent.
At least 43 college aged people have been arrested and four police officers have been hurt trying to disperse large crowds during the Blarney Blowout.
It’s the biggest St. Patrick’s party of the year on Saturday at UMass. Some students told 22News that the party was cancelled due to the university and police enforcement, it seemed not all the students were on the same page.
A house fire has left a Springfield family without a place to live on Saturday evening.
The memory of an avid supporter of the Chicopee Boys and Girls Club was honored Saturday by a basketball tournament named in his honor.
Hundreds of young people, many of them dribbling basketballs, paraded along a one half mile route from the Basketball Hall of Fame downtown to the Mass Mutual Center, for the first game of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Tournament.
The Geriatric Authority of Holyoke is closing its doors, causing residents to relocate and employees to find jobs.
The beginning of Daylight Saving Time is just one sign of springs near arrival.
While Western Massachusetts was waking up Saturday morning, the West Springfield fire department was coping with a potentially dangerous situation at the town’s rail yard complex on Day Street.