22News talked to local residents about how the recent explosive device attacks are impacting them and Western Massachusetts.
Green Party Presidential candidate Dr. Jill Stein spoke with voters on what she feels are key issues in the November election.
Northfield police say they’ve captured 66 year old Stephen Arsenault.
The goal of the conference is to identify signs and symptoms of non-fatal strangulation in domestic violence victims.
Each year students at Westfield State University are awarded scholarships thanks to the fundraising efforts of the Kareta family.
22News storm team meteorologist Jennifer Pagliei said she was honored to be a part of the Ride to Remember, to honor fallen officers, which …
Hundreds of cancer survivors, their families and hospital staff, united to celebrate life at the Elks Lodge in Springfield Sunday
For the 37 years Randy Burns has been entertaining and dazzling fair-goers with his gifted pantomime ability.
Thousands of spectators lined Main Street from the north end to downtown Springfield Sunday for the city’s 26th annual Puerto Rican Parade.
Worshippers by the hundreds arrived early for the outdoor service under a tent near the Big E coliseum.
A walk to combat Alzheimer’s disease attracted a large gathering of supporters Sunday in Holyoke.
Wild Bears were reported destroying residential property on Taylor St.
The Springfield Museums have been formally accepted as an Affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution.
The Kings, West Springfield’s own, will be performing at The Big E’s Court of Honor Stage sponsored by xfinity® Saturday, Sept. 24 at 4 p.m.
The new Pope Francis High School is holding its Groundbreaking ceremony, to mark the beginning of construction.
A second annual bike-a-thon Saturday raised money for children with cancer.
The Springfield Museums and the African Hall Subcommittee presented two African Americans with awards that exemplify excellence.
Hundreds of cyclists participated in the “Ride to Remember” to honor fallen officers, and to raise money for a good cause.
A 2 day “Hackathon” at Springfield Technical Community College is helping students apply their majors in a fun and applicable way.
Being a small town family business can be difficult among the larger companies and economic changes.