A religious leader is calling out Springfield residents, who refuse to come forward with information on the shooting suspect.
Veterans are gearing up for the flight of a lifetime. 22News went to Chicopee where the veterans were honored before their “big take-off.”
Greenfield authorities are trying to determine who sent racist emails that contained altered photos of a black town official.
Western Massachusetts Christians will have the chance to be in the presence of the Relic of Saint Maximilian Kolbe for the next week.
Springfield police have arrested a man who allegedly killed a man by hitting him with a table leg, and a woman accused of urging him on.
A portion of Page Boulevard in Springfield was closed for hours, Friday morning, following a deadly two-car crash.
Two women and a 15 month-old child were injured in a crash at Route 10 and Valley Road in Southampton Friday morning.
People will walk all night in Northampton to help find a cure for cancer, but the Relay for Life is not just about finding a cure.
The City of Chicopee is reminding residents that a parking ban is in effect in Chicopee Center for the Chamber of Commerce Road Race.
The Town of South Hadley has already received several applications, but are looking for more.
Sunday is Father’s Day, and finding the right gift can be difficult. 22News is working for you with a few gift ideas.
An investigation into claims of abuse at Hillcrest Elementary School in Montague were unfounded.
An exclusive private school in Boston has filed a $2 million lawsuit against an independent Springfield school.
The gypsy moth caterpillars are defoliating trees in parts of eastern Hampden County.
While moving lottery ticket sales online could make things more convenient for some people, it could hurt some mom and pop shops.
The Family Drug Court is a new approach to handling the increasing number of custody and parenting cases where substance abuse is a factor.
It was a somber anniversary on Friday as people gather in Springfield to remember the 9 killed during a shooting at a South Carolina Church.
The city’s water and sewer department announced a 4% increase in customers’ bills starting in August.
22News is working for you with if this weekend’s weather is expected to stay nice to do some golfing with dad.
The new tax will tack on an additional 1.5 cents per ounce on soda, iced tea, lemonade, sports drinks, and energy drinks.