City councilors and law enforcement are considering to extend a ban on new pawn shop licenses in Springfield before the casino is built.
Parents and students from neighboring communities in Hampshire County learned about a variety of safety topics regarding kids online.
State labor officials say 2015 brought the strongest growth in jobs in Massachusetts in 15 years.
Everybody is talking about the big snowstorm that is expected to impact much of the mid-Atlantic and parts of the Northeast.
It should come as no surprise that we are below our average for snowfall, but how much more would we need for a “typical” winter?
22News found out how one Springfield neighborhood assisted in the conviction of a criminal king pin.
The owners allowed her to stay there, but zoning laws don’t allow it. At only 190 square feet, her home also violates building codes.
22News found out how many people have died from opioid overdoses in the state.
Springfield’s superintendent says they have cut the city’s high school dropout rate in half, and increased the number of graduates.
A man with what prosecutors call a “lengthy” criminal record for drugs and violence has been convicted of kidnapping and assault.
A felony charge against the ex-mayor was dismissed, but he still faces other charges in connection with a confrontation at the polls.
AAA says banning the use of handheld devices while driving won’t necessarily curb distractions on the road.
It wasn’t just 2015 in general that was warm- 10 of the 12 months of the year also featured record high temperatures.
The sudden departure of an Arby’s from Riverdale Street, has West Springfield planners looking another fast food operation.
1. What types of foods will help with restful sleep? 2. Is coconut oil a healthy fat?
The proposed requirement would ensure that drivers for ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft undergo fingerprinting.
The proposed legislation would provide protections for animals sold in pet stores and the consumers who purchase a sick animal.
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An improper license plate led Wilbraham police to arrest a woman wanted on a warrant, who also allegedly had heroin on her.
22News is working for you to show you where you will be dealing with detours Thursday and Friday.