Some financial relief for local farms that lost their peach crops this season. 22News expains how the farms will be compensated.
The department is letting people know now, so that they will not be concerned when the fundraiser begins.
HAPHousing will be building low income housing units in Agawam, but some Agawam residents are worried it could hurt their community.
Construction work continues in Springfield’s South End to make way for MGM Springfield’s $950 million resort casino.
22News explains how the Hadley Police are following in the footsteps of other local departments.
The Springfield Democrat told 22News that if this was a problem at Exit 6, he suspects that there are similar issues elsewhere.
Illegal immigration is at the forefront of the presidential race, and we aren’t the only ones paying attention to each of the nominee’s opin…
22News spoke with Longmeadow delegate Candy Glazer about her experience so far at the convention.
22News is tracking the heat and how long we have been in a heat wave so far.
If you play the lottery, you might want to consider buying a Powerball ticket for Wednesday’s drawing.
Residents tend to spend more on electricity in the summertime. 22News explains how some people are making adjustments.
Housing prices are rising in Massachusetts. 22News explains what you can expect to pay if you’re looking to buy a home.
Residents in the area said they saw the vehicle the alleged suspect was driving and gave Granby Police the plate number.
After a six-week paid internship, several young people now have a variety of jobs at the hospital available to them.
Two people were arrested in an investigation that involved the distribution of heroin being transported from Connecticut to North Adams.
Two women just trying to cool off experienced one of the scariest moments in their lives.
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Springfield police say multiple people were taken to the hospital, though there were no serious injuries.
Wilbraham Police Department posted to their Facebook and Twitter pages to avoid the area near the new police headquarters on Boston Rd.
A couple weeks ago, a woman needed a desperate helping hand. At the Big Y in Wilbraham, Sue Bartlett was grocery shopping.