The outline is only a blueprint of the budget. The President is expected to release its full budget in May.
A Holyoke police dog is being hailed a hero after he found a gun involved in a shots fired incident.
As spring kicks into high gear, flowers, grass and pollen could affect your allergies.
Hadley Garden Center experienced the results of the warming conditions this weekend and thoughts turned to growing instead of shoveling.
The Amherst event has raised more than $475,000 in the fight against childhood cancer during the first seven years.
The park was packed with people all weekend with many of them excited to get on the rides.
Western Massachusetts residents spoke to 22News about how they’re taking advantage of the warm Spring weather.
The installations are part of the Red Cross smoke detector installation program.
A wrong-way driver on I-91 in Springfield nearly ended two lives, including his own, in a head-on collision early Sunday morning.
A driver crashed their car into a parked car on Adams Street in Springfield, and then ran away.
A house near the intersection of Plumtree Road and Roosevelt Avenue was struck by a car late Saturday night.
President Trump signed a new law that rolls back internet privacy rules that were passed under the Obama administration.
The driver was on his way to work when an engine malfunction started a fire in his car.
Two Ludlow High School students are accused of mutilating a mouse and sharing those disturbing images across social media.
Martin Luther King Jr. Family Services honored the difference made by various members of the Springfield community.
HelpOurKids hosted the event, in which each student picked out outfits that they will need for future important life events.
Students at Western New England University took time Saturday raising awareness and money for suicide awareness.
22News is working for you with why we will be feeling warmer weather soon.
22News sat down with Syrian refugees, who shared their stories about leaving their homes in Syria, in search of a better life in the U.S.
Ludlow Police Department Sgt. Daniel Valadas said Ludlow Police have probable cause to charge both students.