Springfield Police arrested a 37-year-old man, late Friday afternoon, who allegedly shot and killed a dog after a fight with another man.
22News spoke with Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse about the message he received, and why he’s sharing it with the community.
22News discovered someone on public housing assistance could be evicted if an overdose happens in their home.
Residents in the City of Westfield have called 22News on Friday, complaining of low and no water pressure.
The organizers of this rally hope that this will be the first of many steps the community takes to be more active politically.
West Springfield Police need the public’s help in finding the person responsible who damaged a car back in September.
Police closed Route 63 after a driver was critically hurt in a single vehicle rollover crash in Leverett, Friday night.
A 38 year-old city resident who was shot Wednesday night in Springfield’s Maple High-Six Corners neighborhood has died.
At Ryder Funeral Home in South Hadley, regulators allegedly found bodies that were decomposing and not in refrigeration units.
Springfield police say that it did not take long for tips to start coming in, after they released surveillance images of the suspect.
The attorney general’s office alleges that child pornography was found on electronic devices belonging to 45 year-old Sean Scully.
The Hampshire College President announced this week that neither the American flag nor any other flags will be flown on campus.
Residents who don’t recycle all possible materials mandated by city ordinance could be fined $100.
A bank robber dubbed the “spelling bee bandit” because the notes he’s passed to tellers contain the same misspelling.
Every year, crooks swipe packages from hundreds of thousands of doorsteps around the holidays.
Governor Charlie Baker took part in tradition Friday by commissioning newly appointed officers to the Massachusetts Army National Guard.
When medical marijuana first became legal in 2013, New England Treatment Access or ‘NETA’ was the area’s first dispensary to open.
The app allows police and fire departments to send photos of damage to National Grid personnel to assess before they arrive.
22News found out that the Open Pantry’s emergency food pantry needs help.
In 2015, more than 900 people across the country were killed or injured after trespassing on train tracks.