A man from Springfield who was allegedly robbed and assaulted by three men in Holyoke last week has died.
22News found out how ice dams form, and what you can do to prevent them from damaging your home.
22News received a report from a viewer, claiming residents at one Chicopee apartment building are trapped in their own parking lot.
22News went through several streets in Springfield, Tuesday night, and saw many people walking in the street due to snow covered sidewalks.
Springfield Police are searching for a man accused of stealing a package from an apartment on Taylor Street.
A New York based company wanted to create 600 apartments and commercial space for businesses at the old Industrial Complex.
22News took a look behind the scenes at The Federal Restaurant in Agawam on Valentine’s Day, and it was packed.
Officer Edward Connor and Sgt. Anthony Grasso have gotten their jobs back, but Officer John Moccio is still waiting for a decision.
22News saw some drivers swerving around the potholes, while others drove up onto snow banks to avoid them.
A 22-year-old man from Springfield was arrested by Massachusetts State Police and is facing drug charges.
A group representing gun owners says a “social bias” against firearms was behind a decision to nix a 4-H youth program.
All cities and towns in Massachusetts are expected to have the Next Generation 911 system operating by the end of June.
We have finally seen some heavy snow, but the piles on the ground may be gone sooner than you think.
Residents and businesses are strongly encouraged to have snow and ice cleared from roofs.
Twelve students will be spending their winter break going on a service trip to Nicaragua next week.
More than 153-million individual tax returns are expected to be filed this year with the IRS; 4 in 5 will be prepared electronically.
The Deerfield Planning Board is reviewing an application to build a storage facility in town, but some residents are worried about the locat…
The recent snowfall wasn’t welcomed by everyone but if you’re a skier, you were thrilled about the past couple of storms.
It’s expected that more than half of all Americans are celebrating tonight with gifts, flowers, and delicious food.
Florists were busy assembling flower arrangements this Valentine’s Day after two snowstorms moved through the area last week.