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William McKeown was briefly in court Tuesday, more than a month after another man charged in the case pleaded guilty.
Senators in Washington reject Democratic and Republican gun control proposals.
City Councilors voted unanimously in-favor of the extension on Monday.
This is the third time the vote has been postponed since the regulations were first proposed.
Storm brought frequent lightning, but no major damage was reported across the region.
A car has crashed into a porch in Chicopee, Monday night, hitting a fire hydrant and causing water to flow onto Rimmon Avenue.
What would you do with $20 million dollars? The 22News I-Team discovered that’s how much one community is owed.
Many of us have been blasting our fans and AC’s to keep cool. 22News found out if this could impact your electric provider’s reliability.
A South Hadley family says they’re lucky they weren’t hurt when someone threw rocks and debris into oncoming traffic.
Evelyn Manzueta is accused of cashing over a million dollars in fraudulently obtained income tax refund checks.
North Adams Police have arrested David Taylor for attempting to rob Quadlands Flowers & Gifts.
Jomaris Colon is facing OUI and other charges in connection with the 2015 crash that paralyzed 16 year-old Alex Scafuri.
For a third time, Springfield City Councilors postponed a vote to regulate Uber and Lyft drivers, but this time it was because of the state.
Springfield City Councilors are one step closer to extending a ban on new pawn shop licenses in the City.
Police are warning drivers now that school is out in Chicopee. More kids will be outside, on their bikes, scooters or skateboards.
If you live in the Town of Southwick you might have to start limiting your water use starting next year.
Springfield Police are investigating two separate shootings that occurred just hours apart in the city Sunday night.
Springfield’s Chief Development Officer says everything is going well and people will potentially start seeing new structures in the fall.