Monday night marked the first debate involving the 5 candidates running for Hampden County Sheriff.
All eastbound and westbound traffic will be detoured away from Union Street in downtown Springfield for the next few weeks.
The state launched a new campaign to raise awareness about tobacco company “tactics.”
Northampton is joining cities and towns across the state, and across the country, in the “Click It or Ticket!” campaign.
A small sinkhole opened up on Cooper Street in Springfield early Monday night, but the road wasn’t closed.
Union Station will soon re-open after being closed for nearly 50 years. 22News took a closer look the progress.
Chicopee police say that crisis teams have been called to the school that the young boy attended.
Police in Deerfield are investigating a crash that occurred on Greenfield Road, Monday afternoon, involving a car and a school van.
Eight dogs that were being raised in order to be slaughtered for food have been rescued, and may soon be put up for adoption.
Ramon Diaz is the owner of the Dwight Mini Mart, which was raided by Springfield and State Police in March.
Prince died before creating a will, which means the state of Minnesota will give his multimillion dollar empire to his siblings.
Utility crews and paving contractors still need to make repairs before a normally busy section of road in downtown Springfield re-opens.
22News explains why the issue is sparking a national debate.
Mass. Lawmakers will meet in Athol on Tuesday to discuss the state’s plan to colonize timber rattlesnakes at the Quabbin Reservoir.
The competition is being felt from tourism similar markets like New York where they are investing more into advertising.
If you like peaches, bad news we won’t be seeing them this season. 22News is working for you with why this is a problem.
A Frost Advisory been posted for parts of western Mass. Monday night. 22News is working for you with ways you can protect your plants.
The spring weather has revealed some pieces of property in South Hadley that may need some attention.
Nearly 3 million people are employed in temporary jobs, and that number is expected to grow almost 6 percent in changing markets.
Mark Sweeney, a student at Holyoke Catholic, was declared the winner by Congressman Richard Neal at the school in Chicopee.