Shamaad Jones of Springfield was arrested after leading officers on a foot chase.
Flood warnings have been issued up and down the Connecticut River as rain and snowmelt combine.
This torrential rain is causing rivers to rise. 22News drove to Aqua Vitae Road in Hadley Tuesday afternoon to see if the Connecticut River had started to flood yards.
Drivers should expect delays along Dickinson Street in Springfield over the coming days due to road work.
If you live or work in or near Greenfield, you could be seeing some improvement projects. 22News found out what’s on Greenfield’s capital projects list.
Two thousand gallons of gasoline will now help the food bank trucks deliver much-needed food to all four western mass counties.
At the intersection of North Elm and Notre Dame Streets, drivers have been stuck in delays, as they try to navigate through detours.
Students in Holyoke got a chance to see options they may have when it comes to life after high school, during an event on Tuesday morning.
The Town of Whately is meeting Wednesday to discuss the possibility of some capital projects in the area; one in particular is renovating the current Town Hall.
Hours after high winds peeled off part of the roof at the Riverdale Shops in West Springfield, the roof has been fixed.
One of the biggest new tech items to hit the market brings a computer experience right to eye level.
There’s still a lot of people who haven’t filed their taxes yet, but there are still ways to get it done on time.
A fingerprint on an ice cream cup in Westfield, Mass. matched a suspect incarcerated on a separate armed robbery.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday joined those remembering the bombing attacks on the Boston Marathon one year ago today, which killed four people and injured hundreds more.
The contents of the makeshift memorial at the Boston Marathon finish line have been organized into a meaningful, touching exhibit at the Boston Public Library.
A prominent western Massachusetts historian who helped filmmakers on the Academy Award-winning film “Titanic” has died.
22News went to Boston to talk to the managers of the Forum Restaurant and Marathon Sports, located just outside the sites of the two bombings. Workers at these businesses and others near the finish line were among the first to come to the aid of the bombing victims.
Survivors, first-responders and public officials have observed a moment of silence near the Boston Marathon finish line to mark the moment two pressure cooker bombs exploded a year ago.
Tuesday, April 15th, people around our state and across the country are remembering the tragic events at the Boston Marathon finish line one year ago.
The Springfield fire department is looking into what caused a fire early Tuesday morning at a home on Tinkham Road in the Sixteen Acres neighborhood.