A pedestrian who was struck by a car on Broadway Street in Chicopee is now in stable condition, but the driver of that car is now facing a d…
Chicopee police are looking for the public’s help to figure out what caused a shooting in the early morning hours Friday.
22News spent the day watching the behavior of both pedestrians and drivers in some of Northampton most well traveled crosswalks.
A new high speed rail service is a little more than a week away from being up and running in Western Massachusetts. 22News found out what Am…
Two people were arrested for six house break-ins in Longmeadow. 22News explains how you can prevent a burglar from targeting your home.
Gaming regulators want to re-open the law that authorized three casinos and a slots parlor in the state, and reform the criminal records sta…
A man who’s currently in jail on another charge is being accused of raping and assaulting a woman with developmental disabilities.
It did not take police a long time to find a 17 year-old accused of robbing a South Holyoke convenience store at gunpoint.
A call about a suspicious person led Amherst police to arrest a 26 year-old Belchertown resident accused of breaking into cars.
Three people were taken to the hospital following a four-car crash at a busy Springfield intersection Friday morning.
The town of Amherst is asking residents to consider changing the way they power their homes.
About half the people who call the IRS this filing season will not be able to get through to a real live person.
Governor-elect Charlie Baker will be sworn-in in just a few weeks. 22News spoke with state lawmakers about the change in leadership.
The arrival of high-speed rail service will bring great opportunity, but it will also make crossing the tracks more dangerous.
Airmen and airwomen from the 104th Fighter Wing were able to enjoy a holiday meal courtesy of Big Y and Carando.
Twenty-seven homeless people died in western Massachusetts this past year, and to honor their memory, a special service was held Friday.
Dozens of young Holyoke men who’ve been in trouble with the law were applauded Friday for turning their lives around.