Drought levels in Western Massachusetts range from “Moderate” to “Extreme” in some areas.
Firefighters responded to 1781 Page Boulevard for the extraction of a driver around 9:30 a.m. Thursday.
Stink bugs, cluster flies, lady bugs, and spiders are likely to make an appearance inside homes in the coming weeks.
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Two separate crashes led to delays on Route 20 in West Springfield during the Thursday morning commute.
General Electric says it’s “disappointed” with the decision requiring it to clean up chemicals from the Housatonic River.
15-year-old India Rain Hankey was last seen wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt.
Mayor Cohen has fired a police sergeant and two patrolmen following an investigation into an incident at the police station back in June.
The Springfield City Councilor is disappointed in the Commissioner for failing to fire a detective accused of threatening to kill 2 juvenile…
22News explains why a Greenfield Police Sergeant was asked not to fly a confederate flag inside his garage.
Not one, but two “creepy clown” sightings were reported Wednesday night in Hampden County.
The lack of water has made some trees brittle and weak, and they could run the risk of falling over come winter time.
The baby boy had 32 fractures on his body and died of blunt force trauma, police say.
The suspects allegedly pointed a gun at the victims following an altercation at a substance abuse center on Center Street.
City Councilor Hurst wants the Police Commissioner’s disciplinary powers taken away, while the Mayor is defending the Commissioner.
Over the past two days, temperatures reached into the 80’s, which is very unusual for late October.
Four unarmed black men say that they were jumped by a group of eight to 10 off-duty Springfield police officers in the 2015 incident.
Maryjane Mejas always decorates her home for Halloween, but the new centerpiece of her display has been stolen.
Tuesday marked another violent night in Springfield. 22News spoke with residents hoping the violence will soon come to an end.
A bill passed at a Monson business was labeled “Motion Picture Use Only” and features a President Jackson with a distorted nose.