Parents say they’re shocked to hear a Wilbraham student was found with a steak knife in school. The real surprise was that it actually happened at an elementary school.
Should lottery winnings be taken away if their spent illegally? 22News got some reaction to a shocking case.
As we first told you on 22News at 6 on Tuesday, asphalt plants started production of hot patch yesterday to more permanently fix the potholes. 22news found out how the department of public works storm had to be creative before this hot asphalt solution became available.
One of Springfield’s busier Intersections and rotaries are being impacted by a large sewer line project. 22News found out why many drivers don’t mind the inconvenience.
A new study reveals Massachusetts is not living up to its longtime reputation. 22News explains how Massachusetts did not make the list of the states with the highest taxes.
State Representatives and community action groups met on Beacon Hill on Wednesday to lay out top budget priorities for the next fiscal year.
Hispanic veterans believe they’ve finally been recognized for their service. 22News found out how Tuesday’s medal of honor ceremony was significant for Hispanic Americans.
Dozens of people are camping out for cancer. 22News explains an overnight fund raiser that’s helping raise money for cancer research.
Wednesday is the last full day of winter, and what a winter it’s been. This winter started mild, but once the cold arrived it really stuck around.
Councils for the aging all across Western Massachusetts on Wednesday celebrated the federally funded “Meals on Wheels” programs and the impact on seniors in their communities.
The West Springfield Public Library has settled into its temporary home at the old Immaculate Conception School.
Regional planning organizations have joined forces to launch a new website its creators hope will help attract businesses to the Pioneer Valley.
The Pittsfield estate where Herman Melville wrote “Moby-Dick” will soon be a working farm again.
A Holyoke family of 5 has been displaced after a fire late Tuesday night. Four Holyoke fire crews responded to a basement fire at 107 Newton Street shortly after 10 p.m.
State police are warning drivers to follow all laws while driving on the highway.
A fire at a two-family home on Vinton Street forced 17 people from their home late Tuesday night.
Access to an industrial area on Bliss Street in West Springfield was limited, Tuesday night, while the West Springfield Fire Department and the state Hazardous Materials Team investigated a leak coming from a tractor trailer.
Some board members and city officials agree that closing the Geriatric Authority is inevitable. Between now and May 13th, the state DPH may step in to make sure the GA can feed its residents until the last patient moves out.
West Springfield Police requested the assistance of Springfield and Agawam to help rescue a man who jumped off the Memorial Bridge into the Connecticut River.
After requesting the public’s help, the Westfield Detective Bureau has located the missing teen who hadn’t been seen since March 16th, Sunday morning.