You would think there’d be a crossing guard outside every school, but that’s not the case. In fact, they’re difficult to hire.
A man and a woman from Springfield were hurt Friday night in a hit and run crash in the city’s Hill McKnight neighborhood.
A tentative settlement has been reached between East Longmeadow and the former police chief, who claims he was wrongfully fired.
A local high school’s athletic director was arrested this week. The I-Team has the details you’ll see first on 22News.
Springfield Police are looking for suspects after a 30 year-old man was shot early Friday morning in a parking lot on Worthington Street.
The continuing drought has caused Ken Fischer and Sybil LaFlamme to run completely out of water.
A 64-year-old motorcyclist was take to the hospital on Friday, after two separate accidents happened near the Hampshire Mall in Hadley.
If you plan on grilling or having a campfire this holiday weekend, make sure you’re familiar with fire safety.
Friday was the opening day for the 3 County Fair in Northampton and was also the fair’s first-ever “Veterans Appreciation Day.”
Firefighters spent the day raising money for children with the muscle-debilitating disease
The U.S. Air Force announced on Friday that funding will be used to bring upgrades to F-15 fighter jets across the country.
AG Healey issued guidelines to help business owners, and their employees comply with the transgender public accommodations law.
The Massachusetts Public Health council has approved a merger between Baystate Wing Hospital in Palmer, and Mary Lane Hospital in Ware.
Amherst’s mandatory water ban is in effect, but with all the students coming back, the demand for water will be even higher.
22News was in Hampshire County on Friday to welcome the new freshman class of 2020 to the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Hermine continues to be a strong storm with heavy rain, thunderstorms and even a tornado threat for the Southeast.
Mr. Peanut’s “NUTmobile” is making a year-long cross-country trip to celebrate his 100th birthday.
Six Flags in Agawam announced plans this week to add its newest attraction, which will be New England’s first 4D free-fly coaster.
Longer school days district-wide and a “personalized learning program” at one school are among the changes being made in Holyoke.
22News found out what makes Franklin County such a popular destination during Labor Day weekend.