Springfield Police Sgt. John Delaney told 22News after an investigation, detectives allegedly found large amounts of marijuana being dealt f…
Joshua Stegemann was sentenced to 30 years in prison for drug related crimes.
As our hot and dry summer continues, 22News explains how these conditions are affecting the brush fire danger.
The work of an artist and volunteers has helped make the Southwick Rail Trail even nicer for bikers and walkers.
Governor Charlie Baker says he doesn’t support raising taxes. He can avoid it — this question is should he? 22News asked our local lawmaker…
Women in Massachusetts still make less money than men, but state lawmakers could soon close the pay gap.
A Holyoke High School business teacher and AIC graduate will be the new team’s owner.
A total of 17 states are holding a sales tax free holiday this year, but Massachusetts isn’t one of them
The fire burned a grassy area, brush, and a shed behind a house near the East Longmeadow town line.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation advises drivers to plan for extra time if traveling in this area.
Alexis Esty has now been missing for several days.
The National Weather Service issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Hampden and Hampshire counties, but they have been cancelled.
The couple accused of running a prostitution business in Springfield, allegedly beat and threatened to kill the women that worked for them.
22News found out why UMass students throwing a party are being encouraged to call the cops.
22News now knows the cause of Wednesday night’s possible hazmat situation in Amherst.
The City of Springfield has issued a warning to local residents that the pond at Camp Wilder will be closed until further notice.
Springfield Firefighters were called to Kenyon Street, early Thursday evening, to put out flames inside a 3rd floor apartment.
The 22News I-Team tested three swimming pools and three ponds run by the state, a city and town for bacteria.
State, local, and environmental police are trying to determine the cause of the crash Wednesday afternoon in a field off Creamery Ave.
The Community for Public Counsel Services ran out of money on June 30, and funding has yet to be restored.