A Hampden resident, Sheehan had been an official with the PVTA from 1994 to 2007, before taking a job in Hartford.
Police say that the thief broke-in through the back door, and then reset the alarm.
Elevated levels of lead and copper has been found in the water at dozens of schools in western Massachusetts.
Four people are without a home Thursday after a basement fire in Springfield’s Liberty Heights neighborhood.
The Pittsfield Police Department arrested a man they said inappropriately grabbed a woman in the City.
Springfield Police arrested Holyoke City Councilor David Bartley after two people were hurt in the crash.
The Springfield Arson and Bomb Squad is investigating a “suspicious fire” that damaged a house on Tyler Street in Springfield on Wednesday.
Springfield firefighters controlled a brush fire late Wednesday afternoon that started in the woods at Forest Park.
The student was a sophomore at UMass majoring in history, and a member of the Rugby Club Sports Team.
After a long winter, Massachusetts is stepping up efforts to fix potholes plaguing drivers.
Their stories may sound similar, but according to a Catholic Charities, there’s no such thing as typical refugee.
The veteran who was allegedly holding pipe bombs out of his car in West Springfield, injured himself in a holding cell at court.
Prosecutors allege that Jason Coons plotted with his wife Cynthia to kill the victim, in order to get his aggravated rape charge dismissed.
For many of us, if we work overtime, we get paid for it. 22News examined a bill in Congress that could eliminate overtime pay.
The National Weather Service held a SKYWARN Spring Spotter training session Wednesday night at the 22News studios.
The “Indians” was removed as the high school’s mascot this past winter, but some people in town are having a hard time accepting it.
A veteran at the Soldiers’ Home in Holyoke wrote to 22News about how the PVTA has damaged the soldier’s home landscape.
Chicopee’s Building Department started the inspections this month, focusing on structures with more than 8 units first.
Our rough roads could soon be smoother. 22News was at the State House when lawmakers approved road repair funding.
22News examines the economic engines, crime statistics, education and community development issues that are impacting Springfield.