The Westfield Detective Bureau released more photos Thursday night of a man accused of stealing multiple vehicles in western Massachusetts.
The FBI has been called to help West Springfield Police find the source of threatening e-mails sent to staff members Thursday morning.
A device used in some open-heart surgeries can cause a dangerous and sometimes deadly bacterial infection.
The Ride to Remember donated three checks Thursday night to memorials for fallen officers and other organizations.
It seems like all too often we are hearing about police officers being killed in the line of duty across the country.
The Amherst Zoning Board of Appeals held a public meeting to discuss redevelopment plans in the works for a large former mill complex.
The Baker administration launched a pilot program on Thursday to help combat the deadly prescription drug crisis.
22News looks at state building safety codes on a local level, to ensure what happens in Oakland doesn’t happen in western Massachusetts
It’s been a pretty mild fall but it’s about to feel more like winter. 22News is working for you with why it will be getting so cold.
The president of the city council says that the city already essentially operates as a sanctuary city, but now wants the title.
22News is working for you with what you might want to consider adding to your car insurance policy.
22News spoke with MGM Springfield President Mike Mathis who attended the grand opening of MGM’s new casino in Maryland.
Police used a stun gun to subdue a suspect in a business break-in who allegedly tried to fight officers off to avoid arrest.
A 31-year-old Northampton man has been convicted of sexually assaulting two young girls.
The Holyoke Police Department is providing tips to stay safe from crimes that become more popular during the holidays.
Depending on where you live dense fog Thursday morning might have slowed you down on your way to work.
When folks enter the 22News lobby, their hands are filled with toys; which in turn fills their hearts with the pleasure of giving.
Nearly 400,000 people attended the Great New England Air Show at Westover Air Reserve Base in 2015.
The veterans’ facility upgraded two roofs and added a building management system to control heating, in addition to installing LED lights.
Hampden County Sheriff-elect Nick Cocchi on Wednesday named James E. Kelleher as Superintendent of the Sheriff’s Department.