Bears are waking up hungry and wandering into neighborhoods. This week, a bear was sighted in backyards of both Chicopee and Ludlow.
A Granby Police Officer’s career is over after he was injured at the police academy. 22News found out what went wrong.
Witnesses told West Springfield police that the woman went through a red light, before her scooter collided with a car.
Shawn Wyatt admitted to hitting a UMass student on the head with a BB gun, an incident that caused a campus-wide shelter in place order.
A motorcyclist was taken to the hospital on Friday, after a crash on the Cheapside Bridge in Deerfield.
7 farmers, from the Berkshires to the Pioneer Valley were awarded grant money for infrastructure improvements to their farms.
A group is walking all night for Agawam’s 5th Annual Relay for Life, hoping to cure cancer and support survivors.
Two bank tellers worked together to embezzle thousands of dollars from teller drawers and the vault.
Two Springfield police officers doing a late night security check on an elementary school made a quick arrest after shots were fired nearby.
Work has been going on to remove the steeple of the former St. Francis of Assisi church, after debris began falling from it last week.
Peregrine falcons were once an endangered species in Massachusetts, but they are becoming more and more numerous.
Following reports questioning their accuracy, TD Bank is getting rid of machines that automatically count coins for customers.
According to a new report on technology and kids, the average age for a child to get their first smartphone is 10 years old.
Western Massachusetts may soon have a say in Boston area business decisions, which could bring more jobs to the Springfield area.
Westfield State Rep. John Velis sent a letter to the Mass. District Attorneys Association about the transgender issue.
They served our country, and now, Springfield is serving them. 19 homeless veterans have a new place to live, for as long as they need.
17 veterans who will be helped by the new Veterans Treatment Court attended the formal opening Friday afternoon.
Many people in Western Massachusetts involved with the courts don’t necessarily need a lawyer.
The National Association of Black Veterans’ Springfield chapter opened its Mason Square office on Friday.
The police hope that the building and location will help to increase community awareness and involvement, while potentially curbing crime.