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The storm hit the Eastern Exposition fairgrounds in West Springfield while the fair was underway.
Nearly 200 law enforcement officials and first responders gathered in Hadley to learn about non-deadly strangulation.
The governor said that the state should always have concern about refugee resettlement, but he has faith in the federal vetting process.
The owner of one store on the Mohawk Trail says that they do most of their business in the month of October.
One person has been taken to the hospital following the afternoon crash on Route 141.
New equipment will help local fire departments contain and clean up spills of oil and other hazardous materials on local waterways.
22News is in Washington, where members of the Springfield Regional Chamber are meeting with members of Congress.
Some people will base their vote off of which candidate they don’t want to see in office, instead of which candidate they do.
If your phone’s battery is starting to die while you’re visiting the Big E- you will want to head over to the Avenue of States!
While most people come to the Big E knowing that they will be spending money, you may actually may end up making money on your visit.
One of the suspects was arrested while allegedly making a delivery, while the other was found inside the bathroom of her apartment.
The lucky ticket holder purchased it last September at the American Legion post on East Street in Springfield.
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The crash in Springfield brought delays through Chicopee and West Springfield.
22News reporter Kait Walsh is following a group from the Springfield Regional Chamber of Commerce as they discuss important issues.
Massachusetts isn’t the only state taking in refugees from Syria over the next year.
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.