The annual Extravaganja on the Amherst town common looks like it won’t happen. 22News explains why.
As the MGM resort casino project moves forward, the stockpiling of memories from Springfield’s South End continues.
When an air conditioning unit hasn’t been replaced since 1967, it may be time for an upgrade.
A government panel of independent experts advises screening for depression for new mothers before and after they give birth.
Donated solar panels will make home ownership more affordbale for two families in Easthampton. 22News has the details
Local community organizations launched a new teaching campaign to help make sure students are proficiently reading by the 4th grade.
Hampden County Register of Deeds Donald Ashe has released his most optimistic report since the housing bubble burst in the last decade.
WiFi hotspots are being set up at two downtown parks, with plans to expand the service to other parts of the city.
A homeowner was making renovations to his bathroom when he discovered the ring.
Democratic Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is opening a campaign office in Springfield.
The Springfield City Council approved MGM’s request to close the roads Tuesday.
The winter storm that has crippled much of the east coast has also affected the region’s blood supply.
Springfield detectives say a man being treated for a gunshot wound, walked out of the hospital before they were finished interviewing him.
Springfield Police say they’re getting no cooperation from a man who was hit in the head and left unconscious in the middle of Prospect St.
Springfield Police are searching for two suspects who robbed a food delivery driver with a knife on Pine Point, Tuesday night.
Pittsfield Police believe they’ve arrested a man responsible for six armed robberies in the city in the past two month.
The decision comes following years of calls for change to a name that some have said honors a racist and genocidal historical figure.
The Springfield City Council approved road closures Tuesday night to allow for the development of the MGM Springfield casino.
There’s new controversy surrounding the replacement of the Holyoke Soldier’s Home superintendent.
22News found out Tuesday night that the annual Extravaganja Festival in Amherst will not happen on the Town Common.