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.
While construction crews cleaned up the mess outside, businesses in downtown Springfield were doing their own damage control.
When you buy ground beef at the store, you expect to get what you pay for. 22News I-Team discovered you may be spending more for less.
22News is working for you with things to keep in mind, so that you don’t become the victim of fraudsters.
22News was in Hadley Thursday night as hundreds of residents voted against building a new library and demolish the senior center.
Another western Massachusetts community considers raising the minimum age to buy tobacco.
Holyoke Police are joining the Massachusetts State Police and law enforcement across the country for the “Click It or Ticket” campaign.
Northampton’s Mayor and City Councilor want to make sure the City’s water and sewer infrastructure are never controlled by a corporation.
The City of West Springfield is looking to encourage more companies to do business in the City.
Springfield legislators have sent a letter to Gov. Baker sharing their concerns regarding the unemployment assistance call center closing.
Yom Hashoha honors the victims and survivors of the mass extermination of more than 6 million Jews in the 1940’s.
The holiday grew in the U.S. after California Mexicans celebrated it in 1860. Since then, it’s become a symbol of ethnic pride.
Tower Square and the Marriott hotel are back open, but portions of Main Street and Bridge Street are expected to be shut down for days.
22News traveled Wednesday to Portland, Maine to find out how fans are reacting to the plan to move the AHL’s Pirates to Springfield.