At the end of the year, many college students discover they don’t need certain items anymore. Now, there is a way to recycle them.
State House demonstration Thursday advocating to ban marriages of people under 18 in Massachusetts would protect young women.
Roadwork can be dangerous for both workers and police.
On-street parking or standing is not allowed on Route 20 or the surrounding side streets.
Outdated equipment needs to be replaced at High and Jackson Streets, and that has turned a normal traffic light into a flashing light.
The Franklin Avenue Elementary School has risen from a Level 3 school to a Level 1 school in state accountability rankings.
Westfield police detectives are hoping you can help them identify a man accused of stealing hundreds of dollars from Walmart.
The Democrat will be meeting with constituents Friday night at Ware High School.
Voters legalized it six months ago…. but state lawmakers still cannot agree on regulations for recreational marijuana.
SKYWARN spotters are invaluable during severe weather situations, informing the NWS about dangerous conditions radar may miss.
People use surveillance cameras to keep an eye on their homes/businesses, what if those cameras were broadcasting your private moments?
The deadly shooting marks the fourth homicide of 2017 in the city of Springfield.
Beekeeping was the subject of two articles at Wednesday night’s Longmeadow town meeting.
A West Springfield man wants the Forest Park Zoo to give him the remains of his dead pet alligator.
Residents of all religions will get the chance to learn about one of the most astonishing victories in military history.
The East Forest Park Civic Association held an event to consider marijuana’s impact and potential regulations.
Some ticks carry the Powassan virus, which affects the brain and could lead to death.
Alexandria Ayala had disappeared nearly three weeks ago, but was found Tuesday night.
22News was at the Barrett Fishway in Holyoke where the fish getting help on their swim upriver.
22News discovered that some of the large striped bass fish seen lately in the Connecticut River are being caught illegally.