All traffic on on I-91 North has shifted to one lane and and alternate routes are met with bottlenecks and heavy traffic.
Chicopee Police are getting a large grant from the United States Department of Justice and plan to use the money for much needed equipment.
Police have been providing extra patrols around the home of the Chicopee woman who won the $758 million dollar powerball prize.
Many emotions ran through the parents as they helped their children move into their dorm rooms at AIC.
The Gandara Center provided a family picnic for Springfield’s Upper Hill neighborhood to promote the well-being of diverse populations.
From bears to coyotes to bobcats! Western Massachusetts has become a home to many different kinds of wildlife.
Visitors at the Celebrate Holyoke weekend were given the opportunity to check out the building that will house HCC’s culinary department.
The Resurrection Center in Indian Orchard treated the children to a barbecue before the start of the school year.
All traffic has shifted to one lane. State Police say the jersey barriers on I-91 in Springfield were moved this weekend, and last night.
Thousands of families attended the celebration where free backpacks were given out.
Several refineries have been forced to temporarily shut down, pinching gas supplies for the rest of the country.
Narcotics Detectives saw them making an alleged drug deal.
Lt. LaBelle confirmed there was one victim, but couldn’t release the extent of his injuries.
Jackpot winners can face a lot of stress after they win millions but there are resources to help them protect themselves and their money.
Family and friends of Amanda Plasse gathered in Chicopee Friday for a fundraiser to honor the woman who was murdered in August of 2011.
Football fans at Rumbleseat Bar and Grille told 22News they enjoy seeing rookies and newly signed free agents play with their new teams.
Half of the proceeds go to the Massachusetts Soldiers Legacy Fund.
The two day event is put on by the rotary club of Westfield.
The Chicopee event will go through Saturday until 10 P.M., but hundreds turned out for the opening night of the celebration Friday.
The Red Cross is sending disaster relief workers to support the response effort, and has more than 17 shelters ready to open.