A man from Granby, who owned an accounting business in Chicopee, was sentenced in connection with filing false tax returns.
One of the victims told Springfield police that the assailant had almost hit him with his truck, and then an argument followed.
Springfield police say that a simple act of shoplifting escalated into an armed robbery Monday morning in the South End.
Residents who live near the Barnes ANG Base in Westfield should be aware of the flight training taking place the next few nights.
Thousands of inmates have earned their High School Equivalent Diploma’s during Sheriff Michael Ashe’s 42-years in office.
With flu season is right around the corner, the CDC is recommending only the injectable flu shots.
A young man from West Springfield died Saturday when the car he was riding in went off the road and crashed in a wooded area.
Springfield Police set up a meeting with the alleged suspect after the owner found his stolen bike advertised for sale on Facebook.
A man who police accused of being the getaway driver in a 2012 Springfield killing has been killed himself.
Thirty-one year-old Jose “Joselito” Rodriguez was killed Saturday following the shooting at the Southpoint Apartments.
22News explains what Massachusetts is doing to help survivors of domestic violence move forward with a secure and stable life.
A strip club in downtown Springfield with a history of legal problems has once again shut its doors.
Six Enfield bars and restaurants will face an administrative hearing after allegedly serving alcohol to minors.
Teen drivers’ inexperience on the roads can be deadly. 22News is working for you with life-saving advice.
Bow and arrow season began on Monday, and 22News is working for you with some safety precautions to keep in mind.
The Massachusetts Environmental Police were called in after the bear was seen near homes on Spruce Circle.
It may have been over a year, but still drivers face constant delays during busy hours on I-91 in downtown Springfield.
22News spoke with some leaf peepers who said it was a great day to be outdoors.
Massachusetts’ parks and open spaces have been the beneficiary of more than $100 million since the program’s inception in 1965.
This little guy is a pocketful of sunshine! Sunny is a 3 month old kitten found in downtown Springfield by a passerby in late July.