East Longmeadow residents voted Tuesday on a possible change to the town’s government. 22News explains why this vote is so significant.
It is believed that three vehicles were deliberately set on fire in Springfield early Tuesday morning.
A 28-year-old woman was arrested in Springfield Monday afternoon after a Big Y manager allegedly caught her stealing Crest White-Strips.
Officers were on patrol Monday when they noticed the suspects car near the building, which has been broken into several times.
Police found the driver to be in possession of heroin and the passenger was found to be in possession of a large amount of heroin.
Mass. has a few new laws in the books. 22News was there as mayors and community leaders learned how these policies will impact residents.
Unions representing Verizon employees are threatening a strike. 22News found out about the dispute over contract negotiations.
22News went up to Gould’s Maple SugarHouse in Shelburne Falls to find out their thoughts.
The 22News Storm Team is tracking more warm weather on the way for western Massachusetts.
Tuesday has been dubbed Equal Pay Day. 22News has the newest numbers representing the gender pay gap.
The Springfield Police Department arrested two suspects in an unarmed robbery of a woman over 65 years old on Monday.
Officers searched for the suspects but only found shell casings as evidence.
Western New England University is hosting their 2nd Annual Out of the Darkness Campus Walk for Suicide Prevention.
The Task Force is made up of over 60 organizations who work together to reduce violence and develop prevention strategies.
Baystate Medical Center has notified more than 500 kidney dialysis patients that they may be at risk for infection.
A man from Massachusetts faces life in prison after being arrested on Saturday for allegedly trying to have sex with a 14-year-old boy.
Springfield Police arrested two suspects Monday night after an assault and robbery of an elderly woman on Boston Road.
Westfield Police need the public’s help in identifying a larceny suspect.
The East Longmeadow Select Board cancelled another meeting Monday night, but not before swearing in a new police chief.
Thirty-three Massachusetts water systems have had testing samples exceeding the federal limit over the last three years.