A man was shot and killed in Springfield Friday morning. 22News spoke to residents in the 16-acres neighborhood who say they’re shocked.
Some western Massachusetts seniors received valuable information about managing their financial affairs more efficiently.
For a trial run, the Amherst DPW is installing seven recycling containers in the center of town.
School is back in session for colleges, and freshman are the first to arrive. 22News found out who is happiest to see them back.
Classes have not begun yet, but dozens of Bay Path University students got right to work Friday.
The calendar may read late August, but a sure sign of fall is already here: some local orchards are already picking apples.
Students across Western mass are just a few days away from getting back to school. 22News is working for you with a look at the latest actio…
Springfield firefighters are trying to figure out the cause of what they are calling a “suspicious porch fire.”
As the fighting continues between Israel and Hamas, there’s a growing concern about children and families caught in the middle of that confl…
22News shows you some of the new payment options that could soon replace cash and even your credit cards.
Springfield Police say an argument during a basketball game ended with gunfire and two men being treated for gunshot wounds Thursday night.
UMass Police are investigating after a man reportedly exposed himself to a woman in a parking lot on campus.
The Town of Palmer is notifying drivers that road improvement projects on Friday and Monday will impact traffic flow.
The Agawam Police Department wants residents to be on high alert and watch for anyone who shouldn’t be in their neighborhoods.
Springfield’s Old Hill and Upper Hill residents hope neighbors getting to know one another will help increase the quality of life in their n…
A meeting was held in Northampton, Thursday night, with a goal of helping undocumented immigrants feel safer in the community.
A heat wave is when the high temperature reaches 90 degrees or higher, 3 days in a row. So far in 2014, we haven’t had any.