Enraged over a minor car crash, Springfield police say that a man pulled out a knife and repeatedly threatened to kill two people in the oth…
A crash Monday afternoon led to a broken fire hydrant and mailbox, as well as a West Springfield woman arrested.
A South Hadley man was killed when the ATV he was riding crashed into several trees on a trail off Lithia Springs Road.
Holyoke Medical Center wants to remind you that there is always a need for blood, especially during the summer time.
Governor Baker’s proposed spending $1 million to expand the re-entry model developed at the Hampden County House of Corrections.
The state Senate’s new bill would require drivers undergo a criminal background check and carry insurance policies of at least $1-million.
The City of Springfield, and several other Pioneer Valley Cities are offering a lot help for people who want to buy a home.
The rider of an ATV crashed into several trees along a trail, after apparently losing control of the vehicle Wednesday night.
22News found out where it the facility would be located and how it won approval in Deerfield.
It’s been four years since medical marijuana became legal in Mass. and nearly one year since the first dispensary opened in western Mass.
Courtney Perkins was last seen last Friday in the Williams Street area.
According to Westfield Police Sgt. Alex Baginski, the bottle was foaming, and police were not sure what was inside.
Ludlow police hope surveillance camera video helps them catch the thief, or thieves, who broke into 2 stores early Thursday morning.
In the past decade (2006-2015) there have been 775 major fire and explosion incidents involving illegal fireworks.
The region’s top business leaders gathered at the Mass Mutual Center in Springfield is explore ways to expand economic growth.
Some people are calling the more than 20-hour sit-in a statement, others have dismissed it as nothing but a publicity stunt.
22News asked Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito where the administration stands on a proposed ban on gun sales to those on the No Fly List.
A man from Amherst is heading to Rio De Janeiro for the summer Olympics. 22News spoke with the proud father of the future Olympian.
104th Fighter Wing Commander, Colonel James Keefe has gotten word that Barnes is on the short list of possible sites.
Through the reentry program inmates learn life skills that can put them on the right track to get jobs, and avoid returning to jail.