The woman allegedly told Chicopee Police she had only been drinking cups of Bacardi and wanted to go home.
The men are accused of committing crimes in the Springfield area ranging from loansharking and extortion, to threatening to kill people.
Despite repeated arrests for selling heroin, the 22News I-Team found many dealers don’t face much jail time.
When the vehicle interior goes over 87 degrees, an alarm sounds, the rear window rolls down automatically, and a fan turns on.
For many of us, window AC units and central air systems provide the most relief.
Massachusetts House Speaker Robert DeLeo delivered the Western Massachusetts EDC’s keynote address and discussed marijuana regulation.
The Western Massachusetts Economic Development Council has a goal of finding and training talent for the region’s work force.
Temporary closures will begin at 9:00 p.m. to prepare for the traffic shift.
Bob Charland fixes bikes up for kids in need, and is now gaining national attention.
22News talked to Westfield residents to see if they are concerned about the lack of information.
The sixth annual Spring Book Extravaganza is put on by the Amherst-based nonprofit literary organization, “Reader-to-Reader.”
22News spoke with western Massachusetts bikers who support bills that would help keep them safe on the road.
Two Springfield men were rushed into surgery Thursday night after they were shot in the city’s Mason Square neighborhood.
We paid for it and they lost it. The 22News I-Team uncovered nearly $1 million worth of items missing from the Veterans Affairs hospital.
22News asked sports medicine doctors how concussions can be treated.
The issue was resolved after 22News got involved and found out what went wrong.
The high temperatures outside can mean even higher temperatures inside of your car.
The new facility would be able to house twice as many dogs as the current one on Sandy Lane in Montague.
Residents are responding to a controversial towing situation in Springfield by claiming they have no choice but to park illegally.
The property owner said cleaning up the site took longer than expected.