A dozen western Massachusetts communities are receiving funding to become a Municipial Vulnerability Preparedness Program Community.
Judge Michael Ponsor ruled in favor of Pastor Scott Lively earlier this week, but said the minister has advanced “crackpot bigotry.”
The mayor says that he has instructed the police commissioner and chief financial officer to “do whatever needs to be done.”
Springfield firefighters say that the fire involved a pile of clothes on a bedroom floor.
Springfield police were alerted to a drug deal in progress on Fort Pleasant Avenue Wednesday evening.
No calling hours have been scheduled for the longtime officer, who died while still facing charges he stole approximately $360K.
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The man had an active trespass order prohibiting him from being on premises of the 99 Restaurant in Chicopee.
Jeremy Hollins is charged with attempted murder, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.
The Springfield Fire Department was called to the pond just before 3:00 Thursday morning.
The festival is known to bring about 15,000 people downtown Holyoke.
The eastbound lanes between Bay Road and West Street have been reopened.
The jackpot is set at $375 million.
Residents delivered their petition to the Select Board Monday night, to reverse the ruling to allow jet skis on the North Pond.
The One Call Away Foundation will hold a First Responders Appreciation Parade on Saturday, July 22nd.
22News sat down exclusively with Governor Charlie Baker to get answers to how he’ll close a nearly half-billion dollar budget gap.
Recent collisions between bicycles and cars are causing concern in Western Massachusetts.
Carfentanil has no legitimate medical use for humans and a tiny dose can be fatal.
22News sat down exclusively with Governor Charlie Baker and asked him some questions about recent Massachusetts topics.
Some residents said they were sad about the allegations against Bill Cosby.