Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno took the “first bite” of a chicken sandwich, on Friday, for the opening of Chick-fil-A at the MassMutual Cen…
A 76-year-old man has been sentenced to two years in jail for sexually assaulting a young girl the day before her seventh birthday.
The controversy over the decision to temporarily take the flag down drew nationwide attention to the small college in Amherst.
The flagpole at Hampshire College was a literal lightning rod of controversy. The flags removal and the hurt it caused will stick with some …
Leaders of the VFW Post 754 told 22News that they have a reason to celebrate.
Keeping your tree watered daily and keeping it away from heat sources can reduce your risk for a Christmas tree fire.
The center, located on Mill Street in Springfield, will also have a new name, designed to reflect the treatment inmates receive.
22News found out how OPEC’s decision will affect gas prices and oil prices in the U.S.
Half of holiday shoppers plan to give a gift card this season and more people than ever are expected to shop online.
Mayor Sarno attended last Sunday’s rally along with 1,000 veterans and residents protesting the college’s decision to remove its flag.
You’ve heard a lot about The Hampshire College flagpole, but what about the school itself?
Agawam residents have been bringing toys that their children no longer use anymore to the exchange, for the benefit of other families.
Most donated items brought to the 22News lobby for Toys for Tots are more suitable for teens’ younger brothers and sisters.
This Sunday on 22News InFocus the topics are the state of the economy and your personal finances.
Veterans protested Hampshire College’s decision to remove the flag during a large rally Sunday.
22News asked the college president why the flag was lowered in the first place, and what led to the decision to raise it back up.
The fire caused police to close a portion of Stafford Street temporarily Friday morning.
A company submitted plans for the project, but the East Longmeadow Town Council said they don’t provide enough info to gain approval.
More than 1,000 people living with AIDS in Springfield alone. 22News found out how prevalent the disease is in western Massachusetts.
Springfield City Council is proposing an ordinance to try and clarify who has the authority to approve the demolition of historic buildings.