A 50-year-old man was arrested in Southington, Connecticut Friday after allegedly attempting to meet up with a minor he met online.
22News saw how more high school girls are being recruited into the building trades.
The city of Springfield is filing a lawsuit against pharmaceutical manufacturers and distributors.
The Tide Pod Challenge involves teens taking a bit into a Tide Pod and posting it on social media.
Patterson spoke with The Associated Press on Friday about what he calls “the most fascinating, complicated and troubling crime story of our …
Cities and towns use this kind of funding to pay for public safety, parks and public works, or to fill holes in a budget.
A Springfield College student is recovering from surgery after he was seriously hurt in a sledding accident on campus January 4.
Officer facing multiple charges, including assault by means of a dangerous weapon.
The man suspected of breaking into Athena’s Pizza was arrested in Springfield on Thursday.
MassDOT is closing sections of the highway so that crews can repaint the lane lines on the road surface.
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Detectives would like to talk to the women in connection with larceny, forgery and uttering cases.
All affected residents who were without water due to the break should have their water back on now.
Travel southbound into Connecticut could be very slow this morning.
A water leak has shut down a section of a major roadway in Chicopee Friday morning.
Ice chunks along the river have drawn crowds lately, but the presence of ice in the river could pose a danger during our weekend warm-up.
Griffin Reid is said to have spent several days at Baystate Hospital before being transferred to a rehabilitation center.
The police department said they had received numerous calls from residents unsure if the workers were actually from the gas company.
22News explains what the state’s doing to keep you in the know when it comes to getting those potholes fixed.
Southbound traffic was reduced to one lane on I-91 South near Exit 16 in Holyoke from 7 a.m. until 4 p.m.