Hospital operations are back to normal Saturday at Berkshire Medical Center after a shooting in the area forced a lock down.
Firefighters were called to 106 Edgemont Street just after 7 o’clock Saturday morning for a house fire.
Find out if the state and homeless advocates have made advances in placing homeless individuals and families in more permanent housing.
Thousands of people will be eating their breakfast in downtown Springfield Saturday for the 30th annual pancake breakfast.
A young man has died after being hit by a car in Springfield early Saturday morning.
It would require a change in the system, but it could save lives. 22News discovered how groups are working to stop drunk driving.
Police in Chicopee arrested a 23-year-old homeless man, Friday night, who allegedly robbed someone with a realistic looking gun.
Another member of the Springfield Latin Kings pleaded guilty this month after being arrested in November 2015 during a FBI investigation.
The Amherst Board of Health sent a letter to the Select Board, calling gun violence a public health issue.
The suit was filed in 2015 by the family of 32-year-old Pamela Sampson, of Hadley, who died of pregnancy complications in 2013.
Authorities in New Hampshire say a young woman’s bad reaction to LSD will likely lead to the arrest of 12 UMass Amherst students.
A Westfield District Court judge had no sympathy for a defendant who admitted to viciously assaulting a man who was being a “smart aleck.”
A celebration with a purpose Friday night for a Hampshire County non-profit that helps find homes and resources for foster children.
Volunteers were collecting signatures on Friday to put standardized testing question on the November ballot.
Maybe third time is the charm. Ludlow will once again vote on whether they want a marijuana cultivation facility in town.
A man accused of shooting 2 police officers, 1 in the face and torso and the other in the leg, is facing 2 counts of attempted capital murde…
Rep. Thomas Golden is still working to determine the size and nature of proposed increases in the state’s share of renewable energy.
The Departments of Justice and Education are directing public schools to allow transgender students to use the restrooms of their choice.
Mass. lawmakers listened to hours of testimony on the “Rattlesnake Island’ project. 22News reveals they plan to release a final report.
Downed trees, branches, and other debris remain littered along the mountainside.