A Holyoke City Councilor is concerned about panhandling and its possible connections to human trafficking.
Melha Shrine Circus attempted to put on a show without animal acts last year and lost money, according to the Eastern States Exposition.
Tuesday night’s fundraiser was one of many the Springfield UNICO holds throughout the year to help local organizations.
Fathers & Sons celebrated the grand opening of their Audi Dealership in West Springfield on Tuesday.
22News found out why these restrictions are back in place for the City of Northampton.
Homeless people are staying on private property in Greenfield, and police said it’s up to the property owner, to have the mess cleaned up.
The new program is designed to provide elementary school students with a familiar face from the police department.
The overall goal was for organizations to engage with the community so that this 24 hours of giving wouldn’t end at midnight.
SKYWARN offers a chance for the public to learn about what causes different kinds of severe weather, and how to spot dangerous conditions.
A pre-arraignment hearing was held on Tuesday for a man arrested with four pipe bombs in his truck on Route 5 in West Springfield.
New England drivers scored the lowest rating in the country because of speeding, hard brakes, and texting while driving.
Some drivers are speeding through the I-91 construction zone in Springfield. 22News explains how State Police are cracking down.
The road to the launch was blocked off with a gate last year after a drowning in the Deerfield River.
A UMass spokesperson says that they have strategized over the last few years to find out how to stop parties from getting out of hand.
If the budget is approved as-is, it will not result in an increase in taxes.
We’re about to enter another prolonged gloomy, wet weather pattern due to something that’s called a cut-off low.
22News found people at businesses on Riverdale Street were still talking about what happened on Monday.
The new guidelines presented by the Trump administration are more lenient than those put in place by the Obama administration.
The warmer weather means the return of one of the area’s most popular farmers markets.
The work on the bridge on Greenfield Road began a year ago, and should be completed by August.