The federal government has officially banned stores from selling e-cigarettes to everyone under the age of 18.
The Springfield DPW expects roadwork won’t be complete until at least Monday.
The Williams Street hardware store has started its liquidation sale, ahead of a planned move to a new store in Enfield, Connecticut.
Water leakage has caused unsightly conditions along the tunnel connecting the school with North Main Street a quarter mile away.
The prospect of Springfield becoming home to the Portland Pirates has triggered a wave of restaurant business optimism.
We’ve been dealing with cool and wet weather all week. 22News found out how this weather is affecting area farmers.
96 outstanding high school seniors took home a $1,000 scholarship to help them pay for college.
A statewide ban on plastic bags at farmer’s markets is one step closer to becoming a reality.
Many Moms are looking forward to starting their Mother’s day celebration with a breakfast they don’t have to prepare.
People might not be getting out in the garden as much these past few days, but with Mother’s Day approaching, garden centers are busy.
People in support and opposed to the project will discuss the project and concerns of residents living near the Quabbin Reservoir.
At only 7, Morgan “Momo” Morris is seen as a “champion” by the Massachusetts Children’s Miracle Network.
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A portion of Main Street is still closed in Springfield after a water main break.
The city’s polcie chief says the public is not “directly” at risk, but he’s worried someone could be a the wrong place at the wrong time.
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As work continues, some major announcements are expected from the casino company next week.
There were few traffic issues downtown Thursday, but with employees back at work in Tower Square, things may be different Friday.
Hadley residents voted down an amendment to current zoning bylaws that would have allowed Sarah Hastings to keep her house.