22News explains how the record high taxes and fees for cell phones are affecting wireless consumers.
The Southwick DPW Director has lifted the town’s water ban.
There have been reports of the person being seen on Westfield Street in the area of Woodmont Street, Talcott Ave., and Harwich Road.
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Springfield Police are using a dog to track two men wanted for a business armed robbery in East Springfield.
Statements from the family of Annamarie Cochrane Rintala were read during Wednesday’s sentencing at Hampshire Superior Court.
One person was taken to the hospital following the crash.
Police searched for the suspect, and found a handgun buried in the woods.
Springfield Police were actively searching for an armed robbery suspect in the city’s Pine Point section Tuesday night.
The victim was found dead from a single gunshot wound Tuesday afternoon on Sycamore Street.
A man suspected of multiple break-ins was arrested this week for allegedly attempting to break into a Racing Mart in Indian Orchard.
The new safe medication disposal kiosk in Springfield is 1 of 13 new locations installed in Massachusetts to dispose of unused medications.
Under current rules, you can bring your own beer or wine to any West Springfield restaurant, but 22News found out that could soon change.
22News speaks with a western Massachusetts Red Cross volunteer helping flood victims in North Carolina.
The two suspects in a deadly home invasion in Orange were in a Virginia court, Tuesday afternoon, and waived their rights.
Police say he’s struck again! A man who broke into a computer repair shop is believed to be the same one who stole a market’s cash register.
The prominent marijuana policy reform advocate spoke at UMass Amherst on Tuesday to tell voters why they should support Question 4.
The boarded-up and long vacant Plantation Inn on Burnett Road in Chicopee will soon no longer be visible from the Mass Pike.
Gas service lines for apartments and businesses across the U.S. must be equipped with inexpensive safety valves starting next year.
Massachusetts has lagged behind other states when it comes to seat belt use. In 2015. the state’s usage rate ranked 48th in the nation.