Dozens of people gathered near the summit of Mount Tom on Saturday for a solemn remembrance of a military plane crash.
Western Massachusetts residents are mourning the loss of one of their own who was killed during the shootings in Dallas on Thursday.
22News is working for with what the lack of rain is doing to local farms and neighborhoods.
A 68-year-old Westfield woman died at Baystate Noble Hospital after her car crashed into a tree on Russell Road Friday night.
Michael Krol, one of the Dallas police officers ambushed and killed Thursday night, graduated from East Longmeadow High School in 1994.
22News found out what you should do if you see an altercation between an officer and a civilian.
Several senior housing residents in Ludlow feel trapped for the weekend because the elevator stopped working in their building.
The Mega Millions jackpot is estimated to be $540-million for Tuesday night’s drawing, with a cash option of $380-million.
A man was arrested late Friday afternoon, after a police chase in Springfield’s Forest Park neighborhood.
Denis Rosa-Roman was found guilty of first degree murder for stabbing Amanda Plasse to death. 22News has the latest information.
The Springfield teens have been are accused of setting fire to the former Massachusetts Career Development Institute on Wilbraham Avenue.
A Wales man faces multiple charges after reportedly running from police and hiding in someone else’s apartment.
The governor ordered the U.S. and Massachusetts flags to be lowered to half-staff at all state buildings following the tragedy in Dallas.
Northstar Pulp & Paper Company, Inc. received $90,000 grant on Friday to improve the way they recycle material.
New rules include automatic ejection for players who fight prior to, at, or immediately following the puck drop for a faceoff.
Brian Barnes, manager for Barnes Municipal Airport for the last seven years, is retiring in September.
Police arrested a suspected burglar, Friday afternoon, after he was rescued by firefighters from a sewage pipe.
The Dallas shootings will never be forgotten, and may change the future of the law enforcement profession.
City and community leaders gathered on the steps of Springfield City Hall Friday afternoon for a prayer vigil.
Ronn Johnson, the Executive Director of Martin Luther King Family Services, said he is heartbroken over the recent streak of violence.