Students will need proof they were displaced, and still need to pay fees and other expenses, but the lowered tuition will be a big help.
High temperatures on Wednesday were only in the teens and 20s and the wind chill made it feel like it was only in the single digits.
If you’re thinking about getting new energy efficient appliances, now is a good time.
The Springfield office of the National Association of Black Veterans received the very special visit, and were presented food and team gear.
22News is Working for You with some tips from the the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources’ Division of Animal Health.
Chicopee police say the armed robbery was not a random act and that the two men knew each other.
If you recognize the woman in these surveillance photos, you’re asked to call West Springfield police.
The 22-year-old Holyoke resident is accused of concealing merchandise in his jacket and resisting arrest.
The suspects seen in photos are accused of stealing from the Rite Aid on St. James Avenue earlier this month.
Peter Sheremeta of Belchertown IS accused of driving away after a crash that killed William Wanczyk last year.
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The project manager for the Hartford Line is scheduled to hold a meeting in Springfield Wednesday night.
22News Storm Team Meteorologist Nick Bannin says temperatures won’t get that much warmer as the day goes on.
The break at Morgan Road and Piper Road was reported at around 2:00 A.M.
All five were sworn in as firefighter recruits in early 2017, before beginning their official training in September.
The people in the photo used counterfeit $20 to purchase over $600 worth of electronics and a dog bed.
According to mass fish and wildlife, Bears typically go into hibernation in mid November to early December.
Barbeau began building his home more than a year ago, but had to stop after the town said the foundation didn’t comply with code.
A member of the Massachusetts State Police crisis negotiating team was called in to help local police.
Tuesday night the Pine Point Community Council met with the owner of the property to discuss what would happen next