A special Mass to mark the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks will be broadcast live on the Chalice of Salvation and streamed here on WWLP…
A man was wounded in the head and chest during a shooting near the intersection of Worthington and Armory Streets Tuesday night.
Bronze flag holders placed on Ludlow veterans’ graves have been stolen from all five of the town’s cemeteries.
Chicopee Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a 21-year-old man wanted on several felonies.
A recent slew of car break-ins at Springfield College this week has students and faculty on high alert.
Northampton Police are searching for a Yamaha G1 golf cart that was stolen on the first night of the Three County Fair.
Plans are on hold for the Cabotville Mill renovation project in Chicopee. 22News found out why and for how long.
22News went to Holyoke where city councilors voted on a proposed drone ordinance Tuesday night.
Police were investigating an incident where several shots were fired in Springfield’s Liberty Heights neighborhood Tuesday night.
The vehicles were reportedly broken into over the past week in two separate areas in Town of Deerfield.
The Northampton jury that will decide whether Rintala killed her wife in Granby six years ago, won’t be seated until some time next week.
The U.S. Air Force recently announced $12B in funding will go towards bringing upgrades to 435 F-15 fighter jets at bases across the country…
The Springfield Thunderbirds are holding a “Name the Mascot” contest; asking local fans submit suggestions online and on social media.
The proposal to ban plastic bags and styrofoam in Chicopee comes as the city’s landfill is nearing capacity.
Holyoke’s mayor wants to invest millions of dollars to transform the city by repairing public parks and creating jobs.
Springfield’s McKnight neighborhood met Tuesday to address residents’ concerns about a men’s substance recovery home in the neighborhood.
After months of serving as interim Police Chief, Lt. Steven Parentela was confirmed during the Select Board meeting, Tuesday night.
Patriots’ regular-season opener at Arizona has been focused on the big piece they will be missing on offense.
The Northeast’s fall foliage dazzles locals and draws millions of tourists, but many flock to the same tired vantage points.
Farmers in Franklin County who have watched the ongoing drought decimate their crops now qualify for federal natural disaster assistance.