New information on the demolition and renovations coming to the Eastfield Mall in Springfield.
It’s been one year since the last murder in Holyoke, which happened last year on April 5th. Residents and the mayor say they’re pleased.
State Representative John Velis, held a discussion Friday at the Holyoke Soldiers home, on legislation and state issues relevant to veterans…
Six Springfield residents will have to find someplace else to stay Friday night, after a fire in the city’s Forest Park neighborhood.
Sgt. John Delaney says that a friend of the teen had been “playing around” with the gun, which went off, hitting her in the stomach.
Five former employees of the Great Barrington school are facing criminal charges in connection with allegations of abuse.
Police were looking for Peter Doherty before he killed his wife on Tuesday in West Springfield.
It was a show of solidarity. 22News followed the UMass students as they took their message across the campus.
Wilbraham police are warning residents to lock their cars and their homes, following a series of break-ins Friday morning.
The State Fire Marshal is trying to determine the cause of a house fire that killed an elderly man Friday morning in Palmer.
Bishop Rozanski said he hopes the pope’s message will inspire Catholics across the Springfield Diocese to come back to church.
State and local police will conduct a series of special patrols designed to raise awareness of the dangers of driving while using handheld d…
A man from Texas was arrested after not paying his loans, but in his case, his arrest was due to his failure to show up in court, not for no…
It’s one of the area’s largest cancer fundraisers. 22News went to UMass for Friday night’s Five College Relay for Life.
A state police helicopter was called in to help with the search for a woman who was last seen at her Westfield home Thursday night.
Mary Lambert was last seen nearly a month ago in downtown Northampton.
The warmer weather signaled the apple trees to begin budding sooner. But our recent cold-spell is now hurting those buds.
Dozens of young people heard that the regional employment will have the money to put nearly one thousand of them to work.
The Howard Street property which MGM is demolishing for its casino complex in the city’s South End has a long history.
State Senate President Stanley Rosenberg visited Big Y’s latest location Friday.