Springfield police say that the driver had stolen the car from a gas station, and later drove at officers prior to the crash.
Agawam Police told 22News they were searching for a suspect who may have been connected to a possible shooting in Springfield.
More closures in Springfield as crews continue construction on the I-91 viaduct.
Hundreds were at the Puerto Rican Cruise Night showing off their cars and their Puerto Rican pride to raise money for Hurricane victims.
The casino is scheduled to open its doors to the public on September 8, 2018.
Hurricane Jose is expected to impact New England as a tropical storm Tuesday and Wednesday.
Thick smoke started coming from the windows of 291 Main Street Saturday morning at an abandoned Holyoke building.
Springfield police say there were at least six people in cars or on the sidewalk in the area, but no one was wounded.
22News talked with vendors Sunday who said the crowds have been building over the past couple of days
There has been renewed hope in finding Lisa Ziegert killer since last year, when the District Attorney’s Office revealed new DNA evidence wa…
Hatfield-based Northeast Solar is installing the systems and donating the labor.
Mercy Medical Center held its first 5K Run for Recovery where hundreds showed their enthusiasm for substance abuse education.
The ongoing struggle of hurricane victims in Florida and Texas has generated fundraising here in western Massachusetts.
The island’s cultural pride was celebrated Sunday by thousands of people of all backgrounds with a parade through Springfield.
The Religious service at the Big E has been a tradition of long-standing.
Springfield residents from two families were made homeless after a fire forced the families out of their apartments at Waterford Circle.
700 people walked and thousands more attended the Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
More than 800 people are signed up to participate in Sunday’s walk supporting care and research on Alzheimer’s here at Holyoke Community Col…
Starting Monday, 22News and the Big E will be teaming up to collect donations for the American Red Cross Hurricane Disaster Relief efforts.
Family, friends and city officials gathered to honor Former State Rep. Benjamin Swan’s humanitarian efforts toward the city of Springfield.