Springfield Police arrested a man Tuesday after allegedly breaking into a van in the Olive Garden parking lot on Boston Road.
Benjamin Martinez was convicted of first degree murder in the killing of Caridad Puente and her unborn child.
The renovation will include new landscaping, trees, pavers, fountain restoration, and park furniture to Stearns Square Park.
A large portion of the South Hadley plaza has been vacant for four years and is privately owned.
New security measures are in place after recent threats to Springfield’s Jewish Community Center. The area’s Jewish community is still shock…
MassDOT is considering repaving, adding bicycle lanes, and reconstructing sidewalks from South Pleasant Street to University Drive.
22News Storm Team Meteorologist Jennifer Pagliei talked with kindergartners about the weather
22News is working for you with a background on the Westfield State University job fair.
22News went to Chicopee Comprehensive High School to see students’ reaction to the healthy, local beef.
Mayor Richard Kos swore in the newest members of the department during a ceremony at Chicopee City Hall.
More than 300 women marched to Pulaski Park in celebration of women & resistance to global inequality
Firefighters beat out the police department for the most votes during an annual blood drive.
The recent rains and the snow last month has prompted the Westfield Water Commission to update the city’s water use policy.
The Mohegan and Mashantucket Pequot tribes are hoping to lure players from the Hartford area away from MGM Springfield.
Shannon Lea will be going to trial on June 19th. Lea’s then 1 year old baby was allegedly treated for a heroin overdose in March 2016.
U.S. Rep. Richard Neal knocked the plan as a one that would force “millions to pay more to get less health care.”
Events are being held across the country, and right here in Massachusetts, as part of the “Day Without a Woman” strike.
Police say that the woman was in a crosswalk, but had been wearing dark clothing when she was struck before 7:00 Tuesday evening.
Educators at the Brightwood Elementary School say that free breakfast in the classroom is having a big, positive impact for students.
The aerial inspections are scheduled to take place Wednesday and Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.