MassDOT has announced another week of overnight exit closures on I-91 in Springfield and Longmeadow.
Police are asking for your help identifying two suspect who broke into a liquor store in Ware early Friday morning.
Friends, family and local organizations all came out to Harriet Tubman Park to enjoy food, music and each other’s company in an effort to br…
The town is adding a new roundabout to the intersection of East Pleasant Street and Triangle Street.
Edmund T. Ryan will return home to his family with full military honors 75 years after he was lost at sea during the attacks on Pearl Harbor…
Friends, family and organizations came out for food, music and each other’s company in an effort to bring positivity to urban communities.
Celebrate Ludlow kicked off at the Fish and Game Club with food trucks, vendor tents and best of all, neighbors.
An environmental group known as the Sugar Shack Alliance want the land preserved and say the state constitution is being violated.
The 2017 FallsFest celebrated it’s 4th year bigger and better and among the company of many satisfied people.
The 22News Storm Team is working for you with a look back on July’s weather, and what we can expect for August.
The New England Food Truck Festival held its second annual festival with live music, fun games, good brews, and of course lots of food.
There was valuable medical advice for the homeless who accepted a picnic in the park invitation from a Springfield house of worship.
The neighborhood would get advice dealing with nutrition and adopting a healthy diet, as well as mental health information.
The 128th Brigade Support Battalion fundraising car show attracted many veterans happy to help their fellow service members.
An arrest warrant was issued for 57-year-old Jose Rivera of Springfield after he allegedly shot at two people.
22News spoke with people to find out if they think less addictive cigarettes will curtail the habit among smokers.
There’s serious concern this Saturday evening for the safety of a Pittsfield teenager.
Police warned of a recent spate of bicycle thefts in the city. Roughly 20 bicycles have been reportedly stolen in the past month.
Throughout the day at the Mallory center, there were exhibits highlighting different areas of agriculture, technology, and more.
Former priest and convicted pedophile Paul Shanley settled into his new home in Ware, Mass. Friday night as a free man.