This year, there are several Veterans Day events across western Massachusetts that people can attend
Springfield’s Mayor reached a new agreement with Hampden Care Facility, who plan to open a medical marijuana dispensary in the city.
New electronic signs will help drivers avoid traffic, lane closures, and accidents ahead of time on Interstate 91 South in Springfield.
The 77-year-old woman who was seriously injured during a deadly home invasion in Orange back in October has died.
This Friday is Veterans Day and 22News is recognizing the brave men and women who served our country.
Easthampton Police need the public’s help with identifying two suspects who made fraudulent charges with a stolen credit card.
Chicopee Police said the man in the surveillance video showed a knife and took an undetermined amount of money.
The Friends of the Homeless has seen more people needing shelter in Springfield since October.
CitySpace showed Easthampton residents their renovation plans, Thursday night, for the building’s second floor.
Governor, Lt. Governor and Secretary of Veterans’ Services will celebrate the service of veterans and service members at the State House.
Things have gotten just a little bit better over the last month but the drought conditions are still ongoing in Massachusetts.
The Springfield Police Department’s largest class in 20 years graduated from the police academy on Thursday.
Moose tend to be most active at dawn and dusk, and they do not worry about oncoming traffic.
Traffic is now moving again on East Street, which was shut down for hours as firefighters worked to put out a fire.
The solar project is expected to expand access to solar savings for western Massachusetts residents.
A previous system allowed prescribers to track a patient’s opioid history but it had limitations, such as it only showing history for Mass.
The Community Living Center is a brand new place for veterans to get medical care, both short and long term.
Students sang patriotic songs, and stood in silence as they watched a flag folding demonstration by the U.S. Army ROTC Color Guard.
Residents of the Holyoke Soldiers Home were invited to the Chicopee school for a special ceremony Thursday.
Thursday marks 241 years since the U.S. Marine Corps was formed by the Continental Congress.