22News was with the Chicopee Fire Department on Tuesday for their annual ice safety training.
Fire departments say there’s a reason why you see fire trucks following ambulances for medical emergencies.
A long-abandoned building in a historic district of Springfield will soon be demolished.
Town officials weren’t able to get an immediate response from the judge in court, but they’re expecting an answer soon.
The iPhone has changed the way we interact with each other and increasingly, it’s a police tool.
Potholes have been a major problem this time of year in Chicopee in other towns in western Massachusetts.
Students and alumni at Amherst College could soon be rooting for the Hamsters.
The state fire marshal has urged everyone to get rid of their trees as soon as possible to avoid fires.
The plan that could reduce the agency’s future liabilities by $35.6 million.
Viewers sent in photos of the sunrise around western Massachusetts Tuesday using Report It.
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Massachusetts State Trooper David Vincent told 22News that black ice may have been to blame for the crash.
Amherst College President Biddy Martin called the emails and social media exchanges to be vulgar, cruel, and hateful.
The Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribes announced Friday they’ve narrowed it down to two locations close to Springfield.
All lanes of I-91 South are open to drivers despite the two car crash Tuesday morning.
The homeowner was able to get out safely after his house on Lyn Drive caught fire.
A house in Granby sustained catastrophic damage after a bus crashed into it. A neighbor told 22News this accident could have been worse.
Mayor Cohen said it was “unconscionable” that Agawam was not compensated after Berkshire Power Company settled a lawsuit.
The measure asks to replace and combine two existing schools in Amherst that violate the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Springfield police say that the arrests resulted in the seizure of numerous packages of “Sweet Dreams” heroin.