The Springfield City Council voted to approve the first of three steps to replace the police commissioner with a civil police commission.
The Springfield City Council Monday night unanimously approved an agreement for a medical marijuana facility in the city.
A bar on Main St. in Springfield has been charged with serving alcohol to minors, last Thursday night, after an investigation by the state.
Detectives need the public’s help identifying a man who robbed a convenience store on Allen Street in Springfield on three different days.
Ifill had a profound impact on western Mass., especially on Bay Path University’s class of 2007, when she delivered the commencement speech.
22News spoke with Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse after he accepted a flag that has significant meaning.
Jose Garcia and Henry Quinones are accused of shooting at a house that had children sleeping inside, before leading police on a chase.
Springfield Police said the man has been convicted of firearm violations in the past.
The student walk-out is the latest local demonstration of discontent with the Republican’s victory last week.
Greenfield Police have posted a photo of an injured cat in hopes that its owner will come forward to claim it and take over its care.
A 22News I-Team investigation looked into several different police departments to review audits of their evidence rooms.
Two men shot at a home in Springfield, Saturday morning, hitting the room a baby girl sleeps in; luckily she wasn’t in her room at the time.
The flag was possibly burned as a reaction to the election. 22News found out why the college continues to fly the flag at half-staff.
The two suspects were allegedly wearing gloves and had hooded sweatshirts and masks, as well as tools and backpacks.
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The burning of a flag on the campus of Hampshire College on Veterans Day really hit home for Westfield State Representative John Velis.
Now that the elections are over, lawmakers are looking ahead to the next legislative session. 22News reveals some of their top priorities.
The City of Chicopee has signed a construction contract for building a new pool and water spray facility at Ray Ash Park.
UMass Rising Campaign began in 2010 and surpassed the $300 million original goal in June 2016 when it ended.
A crane is lifting slabs into place for MGM’s Main Street hotel, and while this work is going on, police are directing traffic in the area.