February has been looking and feeling like winter, but January was a different story.
Senators laid out bills to change the state’s criminal justice system, which they believe targets low-income residents and people of color.
One person was killed in a head-on collision on Friday. People who live near Route 9 in Belchertown said it’s a dangerous stretch of road.
Changes to the laws regarding record acquisition have been active since Jan. 1 of this year but it has largely gone unnoticed.
Redistricting Westfield schools was the topic of discussion in order to close a budget gap of $2.9 million.
Robert Jackson of Springfield was arrested following an investigation by Springfield narcotics detectives.
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Impersonators call customers claiming their service will be shut off if they don’t make a payment using a pre-paid debit card.
In 2015 the state’s Supreme Judicial Court ruled it unconstitutional to impose residency restrictions on sex offenders.
The 22News I-Team discovered that dozens of Level 3 sex offenders are homeless, and could be living anywhere, at any time.
Cosby’s lawyers called Thursday’s decision the correct outcome, but he still faces criminal charges in Pennsylvania.
Students placed in sometimes dangerous restraints. The 22News I-Team uncovered what’s happening behind closed doors.
The State Police Bomb Squad was investigating Thursday night behind one of the factory buildings on Pleasant Street in Easthampton.
Eighteen year-old Aaron Thorne of New Haven, Connecticut was arraigned from his hospital bed at Baystate Medical Center.
One State Senator filed a bill to protect your information from anyone wanting to look through your transponder data.
Fifteen people were appointed to the Police and Community Relations Committee” in Springfield. 22News took a look at the members.
22News heard from Palmer residents and parents who saw “positives” in this move to close the Converse Middle School.
Two Springfield women were arrested and are facing drug trafficking charges.
Springfield Federal Judge Mark Mastroianni granted a motion on Thursday to dismiss one of several defamation lawsuits filed.
Construction crews have continued to make progress in the city’s South End, where a seven-story parking garage is nearing completion.