A 13-year-old boy was injured Friday night when he was hit by a car on Pomona Street in Springfield.
The woman was allegedly found passed out in her car just before 7:00 p.m. Thursday.
Police believe that the suspects broke into the victim’s house in order to retrieve a piece of property that he had.
The 19-year-old man shot Thursday night on Edgewood Street in Springfield is still in critical condition Friday night.
The 28 year-old suspect is now charged possession of child pornography, and attempting to pose a child in the nude.
Springfield’s historic train station will soon open, and bus service will soon be operating out of there.
Starting May 1st, each residential unit in the City of Chicopee will get one free 35-gallon trash bin.
Hundreds of guests gathered at the Marriott Hotel in downtown Springfield to celebrate STCC’s 50th anniversary.
Extravaganja participants will be cited for driving high, gifting pot illegally, or smoking outside of the fairgrounds.
Workers and their family members are calling on the state to hold companies accountable that put workers in dangerous situations.
Demonstrators say that the nearly four mile-long pipeline would result in countless trees being cut down.
22News discovered what has some neighbors so upset and passing around a petition.
A 64 year-old Springfield resident was arrested following the search of an apartment on Hancock Street Friday morning.
A man and a woman were arrested as a result of a Springfield Police Narcotics Unit drug operation.
Springfield police say that the serial number on the loaded, .40 caliber handgun had been obliterated.
Greenfield is the only city in the world with a public Wi-Fi internet service like this. 22News found out the plans to expand the service.
22News found out what rules your landlord can and cannot make when it comes to the use of marijuana.
The final vote was 198 against sending a petition to a referendum (in favor of a casino) and 112 for the petition (against a casino).
A lot of state lawmakers and a Greenfield business that sells cigarettes support the concept of “Tobacco 21.”
The Westfield Assistant DPW Director assured 22News on Friday that residents had no reason to worry, but perception is reality.