Drivers will now travel on the inner lanes of I-91 North as part of Phase 2 of the I-91 Rehabilitation Project.
Toys will be accepted at our 22News Studios located at One Broadcast Center in Chicopee from November 28 to December 12.
22News spoke with the Hampshire College President to get his take on the recent controversial chain of events.
Part of the upper deck opened up Sunday and drivers are finally able to see and ride along the newly reconstructed lanes of I-91 North bound…
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At least 1,000 veterans gathered in Amherst this Sunday afternoon to protest the removal of the American flag at Hampshire College.
There were flags, 300 of them, placed all across the West Springfield common in time for Veterans Day.
Sarno will be standing in solidarity with local veterans at Hampshire College to protest the schools decision not to fly the American flag.
One person was arrested after shots were fires in Springfield early this Sunday morning.
A car crossed the yellow lines and hit a tow truck. One person was taken to the hospital but is expected to be okay.
Construction crews will start the process of phase 2 beginning at 6 Sunday night, which could cause some delays on the road.
Big changes coming to the I-91 reconstruction project and 22News found details about what drivers can expect.
The controversy started on November 9th, when the flag was lowered to half-staff following the presidential election.
The lantern light parade, is a tradition for so many families here in Westfield, they told 22News, it’s the official countdown to Christmas.
The Springfield Police taught more than 90 kids how to ice skate during their annual “Learn to Skate” event Saturday.
Nearly 200 graduates from Minnechaug High School played flag football Saturday, to honor the lives of two classmates, who died in recent yea…
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Hundreds were in Florence on Saturday morning to attend the Florence Civic and Business Association holiday parade.
22News spoke with many families about what this annual holiday tradition means to them and to their kids.