The City of Springfield displayed its support for Orlando and the victims of the nightclub shooting. 22News was there for the LGBT flag rais…
It’s a time to honor the U.S. and those who serve our country, but with flags flying at half-staff in memory of the Orlando shooting victims…
Dr. Zrike encouraged parents to continue pushing the district to improve and ask schools how their children’s education is going.
Snake-lovers want lawmakers to move forward with the “Rattlesnake Island” proposal. 22News found out the project could be delayed.
Local business owners had the chance to learn how to apply for contracts with the state.
A relatively warm winter, combined with deep freezes in February and March, helped keep the sap running this year.
19 firefighters and EMTs trekked through Granville Gorge in Southwick, during a wilderness rescue exercise.
The owner of the Orlando nightclub targeted in Sunday’s mass shooting paid tribute to a victim who once lived in western Massachusetts.
A new guideline for residents but businesses will be fined if they fail to comply.
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The Attorney General Maura Healey called for the reinstatement of the federal assault weapons ban on Monday.
Springfield Police are investigating a shooting Monday night on Montrose Street. The 2 men were shot while sitting outside.
The 2 alleged gang members, who assaulted 2 other men near the Springfield Juvenile Courthouse on Friday, were arraigned on Monday.
The homeowner told police the suspect got in through a window, and ran away after a parent tried to open the bedroom door.
When you sign up to get solar panels, the deal may seem too good to be true. The 22News I-Team reveals there could be strings attached.
Two Springfield police officers had to jump out of the way to avoid a speeding Cadillac following a shooting, a department spokesperson says…
100 people gathered at St. Anthony’s Church to celebrate the Saint’s Feast Day, while memorializing those lost in Sunday’s shooting.
A small memorial is growing on the sidewalk in front of Faces in Northampton dedicated to Kimberly Morris.
Members of the PVP filled the Sacred Heart Church, Monday night, to discuss how Springfield should spend the $25-million from MGM.
The Department of Elementary is working with schools to reduce the numbers of times students are suspended and expelled.