Police in Wilbraham interviewd bank employees and reviewed bank surveillance footage as part of their investigation.
A small child was taken to the hospital as a precaution, after Northampton police say a driver did not stop at a crosswalk.
State environmental police said Hunter Richardson’s rifle discharged as he tested the thickness of ice
Pleasant Street in Northampton will undergo improvements as part of the Complete Streets Program.
The protest was held in solidarity with the annual March for Life, being held Friday in Washington, D.C.
Legislators are voting on whether or not to increase their own pay, but should they be?
The Longmeadow Democrat says that a high-speed rail link between Springfield and Boston would bring much-needed jobs to our region.
A rejected Amherst school project is getting one more chance. 22News looked at this final opportunity to merge two elementary schools.
More than 20 state lawmakers were in Chicopee on Friday morning, to hear from staff volunteers and clients of human service agencies.
While they aren’t too worried right now, the folks at the Davenport Maple Farm are hoping it won’t be as dry as sugaring season approaches.
22News found out how the mild winter has affected businesses who work in the snow.
The city’s police department has a new face for animal matters.
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A New England Patriots mural created by a fan in Rhode Island contains a not-so-subtle message for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
The two tribes that run Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods casinos in Connecticut want to build a third casino to compete with MGM Springfield.
It’s controversial but in Massachusetts, police can track your location, by accessing your cell phone coordinates.
A man who allegedly stole an elderly woman’s purse in Ludlow was arrested on Tuesday after driving with a suspended license.
The former Army Reservist is accused of attempting to banks in Massachusetts, after escaping from a Rhode Island federal prison.
22News found out Connecticut stands to lose $702-million in revenue, once MGM Springfield opens.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order which would strip funding from so called “sanctuary cities.”