22News found out how area residents can save money when they turn on the heat.
Springfield’s parks director says that without the new dam, what recently happened in North Carolina could happen here.
While it is important to get the leaves off your lawn, you should let them dry out a bit before you mulch them or rake them up.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation has also announced extended hours for their E-ZPass service centers through Monday.
The woman in the photo contacted police when she saw it was posted.
Along busy Route 9 right in the construction area, two crosswalks have gotten some new safety features.
Massachusetts Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development announced Tuesday, the unemployment rate dropped over the last year.
Hundreds of business leaders and community members honored the region’s fastest-growing, private businesses.
The charging station was formerly located in the Miles Street lot to make electric vehicle charging more accessible.
More than 1,900 people are living with HIV/AIDS in the Springfield area right now.
About three dozen new Americans took their oath of citizenship Friday.
The visit was arranged by CRRC USA Rail Corp., which is building a railcar manufacturing facility on Page Boulevard.
The state fire marshal and West Springfield’s fire chief have determined the cause of the fire at the Massachusetts Fire Technology Company.
More than 6 inches of snow fell in one western Massachusetts community Thursday!
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A woman was seen breaking into several vehicles in North Adams last week.
Thousands of people lost power in western Massachusetts after this October snowstorm.
The snow we had on Thursday is pretty unusual, but does happen this time of year from time to time.
Crews received calls for the fire at a South High Street home at around 12:00 Friday morning.
The first snow day of the season was heavy and wet on Thursday, causing slippery roads and multiple power outages.