A portion of Front Street in Chicopee is shut down as the crash is being cleared.
The project to renovate the Memorial Square Apartments cost about $13 million in public and private funds.
Correspondent Dennis Murphy reports on a case in western Massachusetts, where a young woman’s body is found in the basement of her home.
The 20-year-old man is accused of holding the delivery driver at gunpoint and demanding money.
Officers were investigating a car crash on River Street when they allegedly found a gun inside the car.
The wellness fair, hosted by Massachusetts Senator Eric Lesser, is free and open to the public.
Dennis Leger, aide to the Springfield Fire Commissioner, told 22News that a construction company hit a pipe, causing the leak.
Boats searched above the surface, and divers below to find a man who never resurfaced Thursday night.
A 15-year-old juvenile was among the suspects arrested during the drug raid.
22News spoke exclusively to Governor Baker about how his administration is fighting the ever-changing opioid epidemic.
A presentation was made to have the old Court Square Hotel converted into apartments, as part of MGM’s agreement with the city of Springfiel…
Music filled Bay Path University as Rachel’s Table celebrated its 25th year serving the community with it’s “Bountiful Bowls” event.
It was a time of joy, sadness, and reflection at Symphony Hall Thursday as Central high school graduates walked across the stage.
City leaders joined the Urban League, NAACP, Clergy, and community members to come up with a plan to end the recent increase in violence.
Officials from across the country took part in a meeting with President Trump, aimed at improving the national infrastructure plan.
The town of Chester received a policy score of 96 percent and ranked number 4 on the list.
Clothing color looks different because of night vision infrared lighting.
22News heard the plea for help from a concerned woman in Monson, whose property has literally been besieged by caterpillars.
One multi-national retailer is giving back to small businesses and organizations in western Massachusetts.
The State Police are warning residents about the presence of an extremely deadly new drug on the streets.