Chicopee teenagers and parents Tuesday night learned about the dangers opioids pose to the developing brain.
A very special graduation ceremony Tuesday night for 5 members of the “Men’s New Life” Rehabilitation Program.
A local fundraiser generates thousands for local organizations and scholarships.
22News first showed you Sarah Hastings’ one-room house last January, and now she might be homeless by the end of the week.
About 2,000 people signed the petition to show their opposition to a proposal to breed rattlesnakes on Mt. Zion Island.
Opiate addiction is spanning generations, from prescription medications to heroin, and it could be someone you know.
The Major Crimes Unit is requesting the assistance of the public in identifying the suspect.
The Springfield Parking Authority’s Executive Director resigned Monday, less than 2 years into the job. 22News found out why she’s leaving.
The Rescue Mission was told they might owe property taxes in August, but didn’t find out how much until a month before the first due date.
Anti-pipeline protesters have moved from the State House steps to inside the building for a public hearing on other pipeline proposals.
Construction continues on I-91 in Springfield. 22News is working for you with details of another closure that could impact drivers this week…
More than a dozen people have had items stolen from their cars in the past week, and Longmeadow police are urging you to take precautions.
For the fourth year in a row, western Massachusetts residents are being asked to help local non-profits in a one-day fundraising event.
With umbrellas in hand, people at Look Park in Northampton didn’t let the dreary weather get them down Tuesday.
The Spirit of Springfield is getting ready for one of its biggest events of 2016.
Friends of the Homeless hosted a free lunch and open house on Tuesday.
The 22News I-Team received records showing millions of dollars of uncollected tolls currently owed to the state.
The new FY17 budget of passed the School Committee unanimously.
Massachusetts received a “D” grade for the overall effectiveness of the state’s stream monitoring efforts, leaving Americans in the dark abo…
Temporary signs are already up and running through the construction zone, with permanent signs by the end of the year.