Springfield Police are searching for a man who robbed a Citizens Bank, Friday morning, wearing a disguise and armed with a knife.
Granby police say a man has been breaking into coin machines at a car wash in town, and may be responsible for similar crimes elsewhere.
Three people were arrested on Thursday after an extensive drug investigation by police in Ludlow, Palmer, and Monson.
A man accused of larceny caught a break when the victim failed to appear at his hearing.
Eight surrounding communities sent equipment and personnel to Charlemont Friday night assist with a trailer fire behind the Red Rose Motel.
Gregg Neffinger plans to negotiate a permanent contract with East Longmeadow next week.
Massachusetts’ unemployment rate continues to fall, but unfortunately that’s not the case in western Massachusetts.
The Baker-Polito Administration announced a $1.25-million is being used to improve water quality in Massachusetts.
There’s new information tonight about an internet security breach at several local colleges and universities.
State says changes in tracking food assistance fraud has meant an increase in the number of cases detected.
An annual tradition at Springfield’s Blessed Sacrament Church continued Friday, as a live re-enactment of Christ’s Passion was held.
The supermarkets were crowded with people shopping to complete their Sunday Dinner menus.
Local business leaders met with Massachusetts State Auditor and other state leaders Friday in Greenfield.
More than 200 people from more than 60 countries around the world are becoming United States’ citizens Friday afternoon
Gas prices are still trending higher here in western Massachusetts.
Spring is a popular time to clean your house, but this year, its also popular to update and remodel it.
The Senate approved a supplemental budget that provides nearly $11M to the UMass for negotiated raises and student financial aid.
Even bigger than Halloween, candy sales are at their height during the Easter season.
Andrea Marion of Lorraine’s Soup Kitchen told 22News people give generously at Thanksgiving and Christmas, but then donations drop off.
New England customers could see $234-million in refunds.