Springfield Police said it happened around 1:00 a.m. Thursday morning.
Crews are making repairs to a water main break on Worthington Street.
More than a half dozen Hampshire County communities went dark after a powerful wind brought down trees, branches and wires Wednesday.
Millions of dollars were wasted in 2015 on welfare fraud. 22News found out how all that money was lost, and if the state can get it back.
Holyoke Police are looking for a black Honda after a man was shot in the leg as he walked on High street Wednesday night.
A 46-year-old woman convicted of stealing from the accounts of patients at a nursing home was sentenced to up to four years in jail.
A reminder for all drivers, Massachusetts law requires you to have your headlights on any time your windshield wipers are on.
Northampton’s Mayor and the Central Hampshire Veteran Services spoke about ways veterans can secure a place to live.
The Longmeadow Police Department said officers are generally the first to arrive at a medical emergency.
The Chicopee City Council approved a grant from the state Wednesday night to enhance police officer training.
After a Confederate flag controversy in Greenfield, the town says it’ll host a forum on overcoming racism.
Leadership of the Mass. Teachers Association has vowed to fight a ballot initiative to expand charter schools with everything it has.
Strong gusts of wind passed through western Mass Wednesday night, causing tree damage and power outages.
Eagleton School officials answered questions about allegations of staff abusing students. 22News explains how the school is going forward.
Springfield Police said the man had more than 100 bags of heroin packaged for sale.
The annual Amherst Extravaganja is trying to find a new home. 22News discovered the event could be moving to neighboring Northampton.
Wednesday was the first significant rainfall we’ve seen in weeks. 22News explains how a winter drought will affect us in the spring.
The mosquito born virus Zika may be more infectious than originally thought. 22News found out how it can possibly spread.
The company that wants to build a natural gas pipeline through western Massachusetts says the town of Deerfield is exceeding its authority.
There may not be any snow on the ground or in the roads, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s okay to park on the street.