Deep in debt, Puerto Rico makes a push to become our 51st state. 22News discovered if there’s any chance that it happens.
Leyden’s Police Chief called James Hansmann a valuable member of the force who will be impossible to replace.
Gizmo has learned how to sit, come and stay and he’s a 4-star snuggler!
22News is working for you with a few spots you may want to avoid this week.
A one vehicle accident caused the closure of a portion of Route 20.
22News is working for you with ways you can stay cool during these hot and humid days.
John DiNapoli died in the line of duty in December of 1999.
Employees of the Holyoke Water Works reported the fire Monday afternoon.
If the bill passes, non-citizens would only be able to vote in local elections, which could improve voter turnout.
Three pianos were painted by local artists through a grant from the Springfield Cultural Council and placed in Downtown Springfield.
The land around the Quabbin Reservoir is among the areas of western Massachusetts affected by the caterpillar invasion.
Professor Lynn Adler is investigating whether sunflower pollen can help bees fight pathogens.
Arpaio was at the center of numerous controversies, ranging from his advocacy of immigration enforcement to the housing of inmates in tents.
A Leyden Police Detective was killed in a parachuting accident in Connecticut Sunday.
Charges are being brought by Amtrak and Windsor Locks police following an incident late last week.
Black Brook Road in Savoy has re-opened after a years-long battle with federal and state officials over the cost of fixing it.
22News is working for you with when and where the 4th of July firework celebrations will take place in western Massachusetts this year.
The City of Springfield has opened cooling centers for Monday and Tuesday during potential heat wave.
Prosecutors say Robert Honsch shot and killed his wife, and dumped her body in Tolland State Forest.
Information on the base’s practices regarding environmental issues and clean-up, as well as other information of their duties.