Th ghost bike installed on Western Ave. in Westfield shows dangers exist in the city for cyclists.
A third dose of the MMR vaccine is currently being talked about as cases continue to grow particulary at college campuses.
Propane is used to heat many homes and businesses in the winter and can also be used to run appliances like generators.
22News explains why Massachusetts adults might have to wait longer than December 15 to legally get high.
Bullying, cyber bullying, and sexting are all concerns being faced by students.
Veterans’ organizations, military members, federal, state, and local officials attended Wednesday’s ceremony to mark the 75th anniversary.
The town is counting on the state to cover half the cost and the community is hoping to fund-raise the rest.
After 60 years, Don Gleason’s Camping Supply is closing its doors at Pearl St., but the online portion of the store will still be operating.
Many people are trying to get their Christmas presents to their destinations now, so they aren’t waiting until the last minute.
A number of votes were taken at last night’s special Southwick town meeting.
One of the units at the Kimball Towers Condominiums sustained smoke and water damage in Wednesday morning’s fire.
The lights have come back on for thousands of eastern Hampden County residents, who lost power Wednesday morning.
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Drivers may need to give themselves some extra time Wednesday morning to brush off light snow from their cars.
Police arrested four suspect near Exit 4 in Springfield, Tuesday night, after police attempted to pull over an alleged stolen car on I-91.
Berkshire County Drug Task Force conducted a drug bust in North Adams, Tuesday morning, and allegedly seized a large amount of heroin.
Agawam police and fire were called to the Westfield River on Tuesday, to investigate the report of a body found along the embankment.
We still have a couple years of construction left on I-91 in Springfield. 22News found out why even more changes could be made.
The Holyoke City Council is hoping more speed limit signs will help address safety concerns for residents near the entrance to Route 202.