Piper Cross Road was closed Friday night while West Springfield Police investigated a two-vehicle crash at a dicey intersection.
Westfield’s Opioid Task Force put on a demonstration Friday night to teach the public about the life saving overdose reversal drug.
Now that the Memorial Avenue rotary in West Springfield is finally done, the landscaping has been completely ignored.
Senator said more people are dying from the synthetic opioid Fentanyl, and wants Congress to play a bigger role in fighting the epidemic.
A man will be summonsed to court on multiple charges after he allegedly crashed his car into two others in Chicopee late Friday morning.
One of the crash victims was stuck inside the car, and had to be freed by the fire department.
22News found out what this means for those families with kids returning to school.
This year’s 3-day weekend tournament honors the sacrifice of Army Sergeant Benjamin Sherman of Plymouth.
22News took a closer look at who decides whether these bans are necessary, and what type of penalties you could face for violating them.
Northampton’s parking meters are color coded based on the maximum amount of time allowed to park.
The Springfield Registry of Motor Vehicles has a poor reputation. The state is hoping that’s about to change.
White’s Reservoir is located deep in the woods of Southampton, down windy dirt roads where making a phone call is difficult.
New data reveals 2016 has seen a dramatic increase in the number of car accidents.
Even though cancer rates are growing, heart disease still claims the more lives. 22News spoke with a cardiologist about how to prevent it.
An Agawam high school student was recognized as a Red Cross Hometown Hero because she used an EpiPen to save a stricken classmate.
Mamie Duncan-Gibbs has fond memories of learning how to dance at the Springfield community center.
Florence Bank contributed $10,000 to help fund the Friends of Hampshire County Homeless Individuals.
Big Y and the Red Cross are teaming up to raise money for victims of the worst natural disaster in the U.S. since Superstorm Sandy.
The 400 percent price increase on EpiPens has many people wondering if there is an equally safe, but cheaper alternative.
College freshmen are moving into their dorms on campuses throughout western Massachusetts.