The 22News I-Team has new information on the incident that started inside Nathan Bill’s restaurant in Springfield.
A shelter-in-place order was issued at public schools in Wilbraham and Hampden as a result of the late morning robbery.
Police arrested a 45-year-old man for allegedly using fake $100 bills at three separate businesses.
The 22News Storm Team is tracking rain that could lead to flooding in some areas throughout western Massachusetts.
David LeCour II gained national attention after making a video asking Khloe Kardashian to the prom, and she responded.
The President of Martin Luther King Jr. Family Services said it’s important to reflect on Dr. King’s legacy throughout the year.
The event gave school nurses, psychologists, and nursing faculty a chance to network and learn from each other.
National Equal Pay Day is a recognition of the country’s wage gap between men and women. 22News looked at how large the wage gap is in Mass.
Cambridge’s city council voted to ask the House to review whether the president’s business dealings violate the Constitution.
State police say that the driver refused to pull over for speeding on the Pike in Charlton, and led them all the way to downtown Palmer.
Police in eastern Franklin County are looking for a man in a red sedan with New Jersey license plates.
West Springfield Police are asking for the public’s help with identifying two credit card fraud suspects.
President Trump signed a bill blocking an online privacy regulation. 22News found out how this will affect your privacy online.
There may be a new RMV location in Springfield, but some residents said the wait times are still too long.
The crossing at Birnie Road (Tina Lane) was the site of a deadly accident that killed a longtime Longmeadow DPW worker.
22News is working for you with how beneficial Tuesday’s rainfall, and the leftover snow packs, are to western Massachusetts.
The ability of the flu shot to protect you from the flu may have to do with how you feel when you get the shot.
There’s an effort to change state laws that require undocumented immigrants to pay more than their peers to attend state colleges.
More than 100 participants and sponsors filled the Log Cabin to learn about the many programs Girls Inc. offers.
The legislation would guarantee workplace accommodations, including access to seating, bathroom breaks, and lighter duties.