Springfield police are hoping you recognize a suspect who allegedly stole hundreds of dollars from an unattended wallet.
Students at Southwick schools were put on lockdown briefly, following a midday robbery at a bank on College Highway.
The woman was seen on surveillance video on Worthington Street in Springfield back in the summer of 2014.
More than a dozen local residents were at the City Council meeting in Holyoke, holding signs and sharing their support of the resolution.
The City of Holyoke is working to make sure first responders are protected and have the equipment needed to do their jobs.
The Springfield City Council voted to eliminate the office of the police commissioner on Monday night, but it’s not a done deal.
Lawmakers want to tighten loopholes in the law, which could change the timeline of when you can legally buy pot.
Students at Elms College had a very unique final exam; they offered free, will writing services for local first responders.
Juliana Mazza had the chance to present a clue on Jeopardy! Tuesday night.
The superintendent is apologizing for the way some members of the high school football team behaved at the Thanksgiving Day game.
Important forms from your employer and banks don’t come in until late January, but there are things you should be doing now.
The two young women arrested allegedly told police that they were dared to steal the tree by a third woman, who has not yet been caught.
People with bad intentions may try to take advantage of your generosity in this festive time of year.
Female Maltese found abandoned on I-91. Anyone with information is asked to contact ACO at 413-587-1187.
A deer hunt has been allowed at the reservation, located near Boston, for the second time.
Implementing the state’s new recreational marijuana law could prove to be both difficult and expensive.
22News is working for you with laws Wilbraham residents need to know when it comes to snow.
The Franklin County Bikeway is more than 200 miles long, but only about 44 of those miles have signage.
There is still time to get a free smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detector. 22News is working for you with who qualifies for this program.
Governor Charlie Baker has also chosen the current board chair, Springfield native Victor Woolridge, to lead the UMass Building Authority.