Some residents fear student transfers will further decline Thornton W. Burgess Middle School’s enrollment.
Lt. Governor Polito told 22News she and Governor Baker tried to address this issue when they took office two years ago.
The meeting invited the public to comment on the base’s environmental impact statement for becoming a KC-46A tanker base.
Bright Nights at Forest Park continued the tradition of offering kids and their parents a chance to have a tasty meal with Santa.
Lt. Governor Polito took a tour of all of their facilities and even got to make a margarita pizza, which she told 22News is her favorite kin…
State police detectives could be seen going in and out of the Springfield Street spa on Tuesday morning.
A mass of cold air, which is currently in Canada, will be moving down to western Massachusetts for the end of the work week.
With the frigid air moving in later this week, 22News is working for you with how to prevent your pipes from freezing.
22News explains how the original clock at the train station in Springfield is now keeping the project on an optimistic timeline.
The college, meanwhile, has hired a former justice of the state’s highest court to investigate the statements made in an e-mail chain.
Top state leaders are eyeing criminal justice reform next year. 22News explains why one group isn’t satisfied with the proposal.
Springfield police say that when another customer came into the store, the suspect ran off.
Springfield police were able to catch two men who they say tried to evade police in a car that was reported stolen in Easthampton.
The bobcat spent more than a month rehabilitating from her injuries after the crash.
This year, the Marines filled two tractor trailers and two box trucks with the toys collected at 22News alone.
The anti-drunk driving campaign began on Thursday, and means increased patrols and sobriety checkpoints around the area.
The plows were out on Monday clearing the snow off the roads, but not every road. 22News explains why.
Some ponds are starting to freeze over in western Massachusetts. 22News is working for you with why its a good idea to stay off the ice.
Springfield Water and Sewer Commission crews were trying to fix a water main break that shut down a portion of Cottage Street.
Over $11 million in funding was announced Tuesday to help cities and towns convert from traditional streetlights to LED technology.