Bob Charland took 22News to DeBerry School in Springfield on Thursday, where he donated more than 30 bikes to students.
Police arrested a man in West Springfield, Wednesday night, after another man was stabbed in the head on Cook Street.
Springfield police say that one of the suspects hit an unmarked police cruiser with his car in an attempt to get away.
Springfield Police are investigating a break-in at an auto parts store where a safe was stolen.
The bear has been seen walking through yards on side streets in different parts of Sixteen Acres.
Massachusetts State Police were busy early Thursday morning trying to capture a loose llama on Route 23 in Russell.
22News found out the historic Holyoke landmark’s prospective new owners want to preserve as much of the building as possible.
More than 30 people gathered in East Longmeadow, Thursday night, to discuss whether to allow recreational marijuana to be sold in town.
After being sworn-in at Springfield City Hall, Thursday night, the 9 member commission jumped right in to action.
Family of three from Rwanda arrived at Bradley International Airport on Wednesday, and taken to their home in Northampton.
Governor Baker said the state needs to be “more aggressive” about this issue. 22News found out what the state is doing to save lives.
Alarming new numbers show drivers killed in crashes are more likely to be on drugs than drunk.
After hitting the cruiser, the truck crashed into an apartment building at Oak and Worcester Streets in Indian Orchard.
The Osceola County Sheriff’s Department says you should not approach Joseph Arthur Rossi, Jr., as he may be armed.
The rain we’ve been getting this spring has been beneficial and it has helped get us out of a long lasting drought.
In less than two months, Springfield’s historic Union Station will reopen, and is poised to be a regional transportation hub.
22News spoke with a consultant who facilitates these forums about how the groups are structured.
The House this week wrapped up their debate on next year’s budget, reviewing more than one thousand amendments.
You may think it’s a bad idea to plant trees next to power lines, but the folks at Eversource and UMass Amherst have a very good reason.
The season allows you to get rid of brush and other debris in your yard that may have been left over from the winter.