Thanksgiving is the leading day for home cooking fires, according to the National Fire Protection Association.
It is easy to apply for an apprenticeship in a skilled trade, but it is difficult to get accepted.
Springfield residents will soon have to pay a little more on property tax to preserve some historical landmarks in the city.
Not enough support was drawn for the project at the town meeting Monday night, and that resulted in an end to the project.
22News is working for you with how the rain Tuesday has helped our ongoing drought
The grocery chain hosted a donation drive in October for customers and employees to make donations at any Big Y location.
The event recognizes the work being done in the 26 gateway cities across Western Massachusetts.
Springfield fire and police went to the courthouse on State Street, late Tuesday afternoon, after a bomb threat was reported.
The state has tested over 25,000 water samples for lead and copper from school facilities across the Commonwealth.
Residents and staff members at Heritage Woods stood perfectly still while making preparations for their annual Thanksgiving dinner.
22News is working for you with a list of what you can and can’t recycle from the home or office.
Clean Energy Collective will complete construction on 30 other community shared solar farms over the next few months.
Crews removed pine trees that were allegedly large, dying and possibly drought-damaged with the help of a 140-foot crane.
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22News has received multiple reports from viewers in Westfield, Agawam, Holyoke, and South Hadley about an outage affecting their service.
The crash happened near the 20-mile marker in Holyoke and temporarily closed the left lane.
The crash happened north of Exit 13 on I-91 Southbound in West Springfield.
The Massachusetts Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs recently declared a Drought Warning for most of the state.
Ludlow Fire Officials told 22News the fire burned out of control for a while, Monday night, at a one family house on Poole Street.
The Springfield City Council voted to approve the first of three steps to replace the police commissioner with a civil police commission.