Springfield Police said they need to add millions of dollars to next year’s budget. 22News explains how that money will make the City safer.
Thursday’s strong winds died down after sunset, but not before causing tree damage all across western Massachusetts.
The body of Private First Class Brian Odiorne received a hero’s welcome as it came back to western Massachusetts.
The City of Springfield has an agreement with MGM to develop market-rate apartments at two sites.
“Divest Smith College” held a vigil on campus Thursday, demanding the college to take action on climate change.
Local police departments were dealing with blocked roads in some locations, due to downed trees.
Jameson Clevenger is alleged to have used the messaging app Kik to obtain and share child pornography.
The 70 year-old suspect is alleged to have distributed and received files from 2013 through 2015.
Springfield narcotics officers set up a surveillance operation in downtown Springfield Wednesday evening.
The Southwick Police Department has been able to identify two suspects in a recent shoplifting incident.
The signs, which feature a welcoming message in Spanish, English, and Arabic, were stolen from several yards in Easthampton recently.
Governor Charlie Baker spoke to members of the family of Brian Odiorne, a soldier from Ware who died while serving in Iraq.
The newly released list includes individuals and businesses with unclaimed property over $100.
East Longmeadow police were called to Gates Avenue Sunday night after a resident said he was suspicious about a car in the area.
Police are warning residents to lock their car doors, following a recent increase in theft from vehicles.
Financial experts said we could see this successful trend on Wall Street continue, and affect us on Main Street.
More than 30% of Springfield residents earned incomes below the poverty level in 2012 according to the U.S. Census.
Dozens of pregnant teenagers and young parents made their pitch to state lawmakers Thursday asking for more help.
More than 200 teenagers Thursday got an inside look at the way a simple idea can become law in Massachusetts.
Governor Charlie Baker’s current budget proposal would spend $45.18 million on the homeless care line item.