The Westfield Legislative & Ordinance committee addressed smoking on city owned property at their Monday meeting.
Repairs on the bridge over the Deerfield River were expected to take about three months, but they have been finished much sooner.
One of the cats will soon be put up for adoption, while the other needs some more care before she can be placed in a permanent home.
HAPHousing RAFT program has saved the state millions by providing homelessness prevention support.
Royal will be only the fourth president in the college’s 70-year history, and the first woman to hold the office.
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Burning of the American flag has been upheld as free speech by two rulings of the Supreme Court.
A Freezing Rain Advisory is in effect for Hampshire, Franklin and Berkshire Counties Tuesday morning.
Rintala was sentenced in October after a jury convicted her of first-degree murder in her third trial for the death of Annamarie Cochrane Ri…
22News was at Monday’s forum in Springfield as local and state leaders worked to open the lines of communication with the community.
The Town of Tolland lost nearly $1.5-million in highway equipment during a fire. 22News found out how they plan to cope this winter.
The 22News I-Team discovered what the Hampshire College’s board of trustees thinks about the removal of an American flag from its campus.
Springfield Police arrested two alleged break-in suspects on Monday, after a witness reported they were trying to get into unlocked cars.
Police are searching for a man who allegedly approached a 17-year-old girl, Monday afternoon, on Elm Street in Pittsfield.
Southwick Police need the public’s help in identifying two young men who vandalized a boat ramp area near the Congamond Lakes.
With many people buying their holiday gifts online, many thieves will be looking to take advantage of unattended packages.
Some Granville residents say that the school is an important part of their town’s identity, which should not be eliminated.
The Springfield City Council is working to create an ordinance to regulate food trucks and find ideal locations for them to operate.
The pre-registered participants gathered under the Seuss Land arch and ran their fastest through the magnificent lighting displays.
Police tape and evidence markers were set up in the parking lot of a small shopping plaza in Springfield’s Six Corners neighborhood.