Springfield’s Forest Park community came together Saturday for a Christmas party hosted by the neighborhood’s C3 Police unit.
22News spoke with drivers who are relieved its finally open, after being closed for nearly a month and a half.
Generous families spent part of their Saturday dropping off toys for tots children’s gifts here at the 22News lobby.
A new casino training school is launching in Springfield as the city prepares for the opening of the state’s first Las Vegas-style resort.
Past local “Cop on Top” events have generated a total $18,000 for Special Olympic Athletes in the area.
Local law enforcement are giving members of the community the opportunity to give back and support this cause.
The ramp has been closed since October 20th.
The CCAF program is an accredited college that allows airmen to receive credit for their Air Force training while working towards a degree.
The area’s newest luxury car dealership cut the ribbon on its brand new building a month ago, and Friday Night they made it official.
A research website has ranked the cities with the shortest life expectancy for every state using data from the NCHS.
Anthony Witman said the part is scheduled to arrive Saturday, and the plummer is ready to work day or night to install it.
Nathaniel Wilson is facing 10 charges including two counts of possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony, and trafficking in coca…
The furniture store had expressed opposition to a proposed opening of a Dunkin donuts with a drive through next door.
Families gathered around a massive spruce near the town center rotary to see the lights turned on for the first time.
The Yellow Jackets cited respecting everyone, regardless of identity politics, as a guiding principle for the school.
Part of the dedication consisted of placing a stone that contains the relics of a saint in the base of the altar, anointing the altar top.
The partnership will help registered nurses with associate degrees, get their bachelor degree.
World Aids Day is dedicated to fighting the spread of HIV, and remembering those have died from the disease.
High school guidance counselors are often heroes to their students headed for college.
Students learned that just taking your eyes off the road for a few seconds to send text message, you’re risking your life.