A local State Representative’s bill is drawing a lot of attention and support from the military community.
On Friday, Holyoke Police Chief James Neiswanger took to the microphone to defend his integrity, and the integrity of his department.
During the past 13 years, the Western Massachusetts Red Cross “Hometown Heroes” Breakfast has become an exciting and truly touching event in…
Along Howard and Bliss Streets, and parts of State and Main Streets, parking meters are gone, and have been replaced with “no parking” signs…
It may not be as nice as we’d like it to be but it has kept us from seeing much in the way of spring flooding.
Falling gas prices may be making Americans less concerned about their cars’ fuel economy.
Michael Helm, the head of the largest veterans’ group in the world, toured the Springfield Armory and Westover Air Reserve Base Friday.
Blasting work at a nearby quarry caused some people in Franklin County to hear a loud sound and feel some shaking Friday afternoon.
Those who file tax returns late are more likely to be victims of tax return identity theft. 22News explains what you can do to prevent it.
Chicopee police divers are hoping to learn more about a car that was first spotted in the Connecticut River Wednesday night.
A survey shows that many employers ask questions that are illegal during an interview. 22News has the questions you should look out for.