Most of us only have to bear the brutal winter for short periods of time, but imagine what it would be like if you couldn’t escape the cold.
The MassMutual Center was Saturday’s destination for parents determined to have their children attend a charter school.
Springfield native and former state Supreme Court Justice Roderick Ireland returned to the city to celebrate Black History Month.
The event is designed for girls between the ages of 7 and 12 to promote the participation of women and girls in athletics.
The Relay for Life movement unites communities across the globe to honor cancer survivors and caregivers while remembers loved ones lost.
If one place was happy to see snow, it was Greenfield. 22News went to Greenfield for the Winter Carnival Saturday to see many happy faces.
A cellar fire in Springfield’s Forest Park neighborhood has been blamed on a malfunctioning propane heater.
Saturday night is New Hampshire voters’ last chance to see the leading Republican candidates debate, and 22News is there!
One car was destroyed and another damaged in what the Springfield Arson & Bomb Squad is calling a “suspicious fire.”
The Rescue Mission says this experience will help participants see the struggles homeless people go through every winter.
The lights are back on Saturday morning after a power outage in Springfield.