There were two more western Massachusetts connections at the Rio Olympics on Thursday. 22News spoke with one of them on Thursday,
Concrete has been poured to create the first floor of the hotel along Main Street.
A smaller replica of the Vietnam memorial travels from community to community to honor and support veterans.
Lack of rainfall, high temperatures, and dry conditions have caused many cities and towns to enact voluntary water restrictions.
A leaking gas line been shut-off after four buildings were evacuated in Springfield’s North End Thursday morning.
Local, state and federal leaders came together Thursday to push for the mandatory labeling of genetically modified foods.
CareerPoint and the Youth Works Program hosted a celebration luncheon on Thursday to honor business partners who hired local youth for the s…
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The Massachusetts Democratic Party has voted to oppose a November ballot question that would expand the state’s charter school cap.
Thursday night’s game will be on The CW Springfield due to NBC’s coverage of the Olympics.
A jail run by Sheriff Ashe has the lowest inmate return rate in the U.S. Governor Baker plans to bring that model to jails across the state.
Massachusetts is launching a new and improved prescription monitoring program to help curb opiate abuse.
Police are investigating a possible disturbance Wednesday night on Pasadena Street in Springfield.
A 25-year-old Connecticut man was sentenced on Wednesday in Springfield in connection with heroin and cocaine distribution.
The Greenfield City Council voted Wednesday night in favor of an ordinance to allow homeowners to build secondary housing units on their pro…
The lack of rain paired with necessary water tank repairs has forced another western Mass. community to issue a water ban.
The cybersecurity battles waged on servers and keyboards, Massachusetts gave $5 million grant to bolster computing technology.
There’s a lot of road work going on across western Mass., and speeding drivers can be ticketed, even before entering the construction zone.