Residents in the Westfield and Southwick area found a way to avoid the chaos while still experiencing the holiday feel of vibrant Christmas …
Mayor Brian Sullivan announced yesterday that the city would be replacing balustrades at several city parks near the Great River Bridge.
Class was back in session at West Springfield High School Friday, one day after a possible threat led to a very early dismissal.
You’ve heard the term sanctuary city, but now, 450 churches across the country are offering sanctuary to immigrants.
It was a warmer than normal fall. Temperatures were above average across almost the entire country from September through November.
“Izzy” was found with serious injuries to both of her back legs, and now Second Chance Animal Shelter is trying to raise money for her care.
Springfield Police are searching for a suspect who they say ran off after the stabbing.
Pittsfield police are looking for the public’s help after a young man was shot multiple times Wednesday evening.
The Federal Communications Commission prohibits people from making phone calls during flights, unless it is made over Wi-Fi.
Several changes are causing the life expectancy to drop. Among them: how more people are getting sick, and addiction.
The problem is not necessarily that people are not donating, rather the number of needy people that they help has greatly increased.
We had a preview of winter earlier this week, and more snow could be on the way later this weekend.
The U.S. surgeon general says electronic cigarettes are a public health threat to young people.
Governor Baker wants to expand business opportunities between Massachusetts and Israeli companies.
The weather has been pretty nice for picking out a Christmas tree. 22News is working for you with how sales have been this season.
Several work horses will be taken out of retirement for visits to several Western Massachusetts communities.
Baystate Medical Center paid tribute to organ donors in western Massachusetts and their families.
People making donations realize that their toys are the gifts that thousands of children in need will receive this Christmas.
The Tantasqua Regional High School chorus brought the Christmas spirit to Beacon Hill Friday.
Secretary of State William Galvin’s office plans to deliver the official results of the Nov. 8 ballot question to the Governor’s Council for…