Springfield Police say two of the suspects watched their apartment get raided on surveillance video while sitting in the living room.
Despite warmer temperatures, a Springfield homeless shelter said they’re seeing more people now, than in colder months.
Firefighters were once again out in traffic for a cause in West Springfield Friday. It was the annual “Fill The Boot” campaign.
“Bee Week” is a fun way to educate people about serious issues facing bees. They’re an important link in our food chain
Located in the historic Moriarty Mansion, the new bed and breakfast recently underwent an expensive restoration.
A judge released a Pittsfield Fire Captain without bail Friday afternoon, who is accused of assaulting a woman and having a loaded handgun.
22News found out that Marine Captain Jeff Kuss had a positive impact on the military at Westover during the air show last year.
State Police can now help federal immigration authorities detain dangerous individuals. 22News explains why lawmakers have concerns.
A bill just passed at the State House that aims to crack down on telemarketers. 22News explains how it would give people more power.
We’re seeing more bears in western Massachusetts. 22News is working for you with how to keep them away from your home.
Vietnam veterans generally did not receive a warm welcome when they came home, but Friday they were thanked for their service.
Local leaders are looking to find solutions that benefit western Massachusetts and Connecticut collectively.
In each of our communities, children are being abused. 22News explains how a new center is helping children in Franklin County.
Vermont State Police say that the 70 year-old suspect repeatedly struck a guardrail, and kept driving for two miles with a trooper in pursui…
If you are looking to fly to the West Coast, you can now do so without having to make any stops along the way!
22News found out how your neighbors are taking action to increase the odds of survival.
In hopes of keeping more drunk drivers off the road, a new bill on Beacon Hill has been proposed
The Connecticut River Watershed Council works to prevent pollution of the water and keep the river in good condition.
The paving projects in East Longmeadow are expected to pay dividends during next winter’s pothole season.
State zoning laws have not seen significant changes since the 1970’s.