22News has details on how the JCC responded and what a police investigation revealed.
Holyoke Firefighters Union Local 1693 is upset over the “brownout” of one of the city’s fire engines.
Chicopee, Holyoke, Pittsfield, and Springfield, as well as the University of Massachusetts were issued Shannon Grants.
The state’s new marijuana laws have people wondering not only where they can smoke it, but where they can travel with it.
22News is working for you with why the coldest days of the year might not be too cold
Families of children who died after suffering sudden cardiac arrest told 22News having defibrillators at every school can save lives.
Former Springfield City Councilor Tony Ravosa says his proposed site off I-84 in East Hartford would’ve been in the state’s best interest.
Taxpayers may only be paying pennies more, but argue the money could be spent on other town projects.
In two weeks city council will apply for the state grant, they won’t here back on how much funding they’ll receive until 6 months from now.
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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