Chicopee Police have identified a person of interest in a bicycle theft after releasing information to the public.
A man who was a suspect in a September home invasion was arraigned in court last week.
The IRS began issuing federal tax refunds on Wednesday. 22News explains how a new tax law could affect your refunds.
The constant freezing and thawing temperatures are making cracks in the pavement bigger and deeper.
Impassible sidewalks are causing outrage for residents in western Mass. ,but who is responsible for making sure the walkways stay walk-able.
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Parking issues for parents trying to drop off students at The Sumner School in Springfield.
A mother in Chicopee was concerned about her child’s snack-based lunch, so we spoke with the district’s food service director.
Senate President Rosenberg revealed who he wants to fill top leadership positions. 22News reveals the senators in line for more power.
University of Massachusetts Amherst and Holyoke Public Schools are two out of seven partnerships awarded to improve education.
The Belchertown Facility recognized by EPA for exceptional work in operating and maintaining the wastewater treatment plant.
It is mandatory that every home throughout Southwick gets their old water meter replaced with a new one.
Westfield’s DPW Commission addressed the hanging of banners in the city.
Fifteen people were appointed to a new commission, designed to improve relations between Springfield residents and the police.
Joseph, Roberto, and Edwin Rivera are all charged with murder in connection to the beating death of 25 year-old Adam Rei.
The 22News I-Team reviews state documents showing the instances of the use of restraints on special needs students.
A supplier notified the company of the possible presence of aluminum in a production run of cans.
The Gill-Montague Regional School Committee voted in favor of removing the mascot Tuesday night.