Springfield Police said the alleged shot was fired just after 4:00 a.m. Sunday morning in downtown Springfield.
A CareerBuilder survey says that 53% of American workers do at least some of their shopping when they are supposed to be working.
It’s more difficult to get people into retail stores as shoppers turn to their computers or cell phones to snag those Cyber Monday deals.
Northampton received one of the state’s biggest infrastructure investments in 2016. 22News found out how that money will be put to use.
Hunters across the state will be taking to the woods to hunt for white-tailed deer over the next two weeks.
Local shops and restaurants saw quite a boost from Small Business Saturday this weekend, which gets bigger every year.
Students at the M. Marcus Kiley Middle School toured the Hampden County Hall of Justice Monday morning.
Bella gets along great with children and dogs, but would probably be best as the only feline in her new family.
More than 3.4 million votes were cast overall, eclipsing the previous record of 3.18 million votes in 2012.
A team of federal inspectors will spend weeks conducting a top-to-bottom review of the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station.
More than 300 Eversource Energy customers lost power early Monday afternoon, but the problem has been fixed.
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No serious injures were reported in the crash, Massachusetts State Police say.
The sobriety checkpoint will take place somewhere in Hampden County at varied hours on Friday and into Saturday.
Drivers will now travel on the inner lanes of I-91 North as part of Phase 2 of the I-91 Rehabilitation Project.
Toys will be accepted at our 22News Studios located at One Broadcast Center in Chicopee from November 28 to December 12.
22News spoke with the Hampshire College President to get his take on the recent controversial chain of events.
Part of the upper deck opened up Sunday and drivers are finally able to see and ride along the newly reconstructed lanes of I-91 North bound…
22News is working for you with any improvements on the drought here in western Massachusetts
At least 1,000 veterans gathered in Amherst this Sunday afternoon to protest the removal of the American flag at Hampshire College.