If you were hoping to get a ticket for the Springfield Thunderbirds’ first home game Saturday night, you’re just too late.
Maryjane Mejias’ house in Holyoke will be more festive than ever before, thanks to the good deeds of a group of neighbors.
You soon be sharing the road with more self-driving cars? 22News explains how top state leaders are paving the way for these futuristic vehi…
Alexis Esty disappeared on July 17, and Pittsfield police are looking for the public’s help to find her.
Goodbye warmer temps, cool air for the weekend for western Mass. 22News is working for you with why we’ll be feeling the cooler air.
Captains from the department also participated in workshops on race and community relations and how to de-escalate situations without force.
Two of the five agricultural groups awarded the grant are in western Massachusetts.
Parents may be even more concerned than usual about protecting their children on Halloween.
2016 marks the 100th anniversary since various nations of the world began adjusting their clocks twice a year.
The American Cancer Society estimates that there will be a quarter of a million new cases of invasive breast cancer this year among American…
On Friday, Chipotle Mexican Grill will host a fundraiser Be Bold, Be Bald! across all Massachusetts Chipotle locations.
Changes in traffic patterns and traffic delays are expected.
A crash brought down a utility pole not far from the Jewish Nursing Home on Converse Street.
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The accident is cleared up, but there is still a large back-up from the accident.
Prescription pills can be difficult to get rid of because you can’t throw them in the trash, or flush them down the toilet.
Saturday night, we’ll get a look at the Thunderbirds fans base, something the Springfield Falcons struggled with.
Several Springfield Police cruisers were seen Thursday night chasing a car down the highway past the Basketball Hall of Fame.
There have been several creepy clown sightings across western Mass. 22News found out some of these clowns have been armed.
An audit by the federal government claims the City of Springfield mishandled disaster relief funding given after the June 2011 tornado.