Wilbraham Police said officers found an illegal weapon in the man’s car during an inventory search.
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A project team will present an overview of long-term alternatives for the elevated portion of I-91 in Springfield.
Kevin Burnham is accused of pocketing close to $400,000 cash seized in Springfield drug cases between 2009 and his retirement in 2014.
A police officer saw the suspect running from the Pride on Dwight Street before learning it had just been robbed.
The Springfield City Council voted to eliminate the office of police commissioner, but not everyone is on board with the decision.
A man from Greenfield was sentenced to prison on Monday after pleading guilty to aggravated child rape and other charges.
A weekend carjacking is leading Westfield Police to investigate a series of events in the East Silver Street area.
The Springfield Police Department has launched a new tool that will help the public learn more about crimes in their community.
Local residents heard from parents of transgender children, Monday night. They said it marked an important step towards understanding.
The Gift of Light campaign is a major fundraiser, held every year, that helps offset costs for those who attend cancer support groups.
Mayor Richard Cohen does not approve of a City Council proposal to raise the Mayor’s salary from $85,000 a year to $95,000 a year.
This is the second time a Florence dentist has offered free dental care to those in need, and is accepting new patients through Dec. 19.
22News found that there is a way some charges can be cleared from your criminal record.
Investigators are trying to determine what caused a garage fire in Springfield’s Liberty Heights neighborhood Monday afternoon.
Chicopee police are looking into what caused a car to go off the road and crash into the front porch of a house Monday afternoon.
Church pastors and parishioners in western Massachusetts are learning how to save a life during an opiate overdose.
Twelve out of the 14 city councilors supported eliminating the office of commissioner and replacing it with a civilian commission.
Springfield police say that the caller claimed to be the victim’s grandson, who needed to be bailed out of jail using Target gift cards.