Officials at the University of Massachusetts say enrollment at the school is projected to reach a record high this year.
West Springfield Police were re-routing traffic off Route 20 west, Wednesday night, after a car hit a pole and took down some wires.
What’s described as a “tier one hazardous materials situation” closed a section of Exchange Street in Chicopee, Wednesday night.
Westfield Police need the public’s help in finding a 27-year-old woman who allegedly committed multiple crimes in the city.
Pittsfield Police are investigating a spree of motor vehicle breaking and entering’s that happened throughout the city Wednesday morning.
22News found out that disabled tenants at Jennie Lane Apartments went without electricity for about half the day Tuesday.
Even though Summer’s over, it’s still pretty warm, and it won’t be long before temperatures start getting cooler.
Prosecutors allege that over several years, the two cheated the bus company by cutting personal checks, and billing for phony services.
A spokesperson for the Big E said that the area the woman entered had been clearly marked “off limits” to the public.
The victim, a 19 year-old student, had been out for a run when he was struck by the car, a university spokesperson says.
It looks like a proposed medical marijuana dispensary will not be opening in the City of Holyoke, but another plan is in the works.
September 21st marked World Alzheimer’s Day. A disease that more than 120,000 people in Massachusetts suffer from.
A memorial was held for the murder victim Brandon Daniels in Springfield’s Six Corners neighborhood.
22News gives you an up-close look at the Hallamore Clydesdales, and shows you how they become “show ready”
The 54th class of the Western Massachusetts Police Academy held their graduation ceremony, Wednesday night, at West Springfield High School.
Children are safer Wednesday night because of a 22News report on a missing crossing guard near a Springfield middle school.
There was new information Wednesday night on the renovation project to turn the Cabotville Mill in Chicopee into apartments.
Business leaders from western Massachusetts are in D.C. to find out what our elected officials are doing to advocate for our local economy.
Influenza kills 36-thousand people across the country every year and that’s why doctors are advising you to get your flu shot now.
A special night of recognition for all those who helped make the New Baystate Franklin Surgery Center a success.