Controversy continues in Hampden over the Thornton Burgess Middle School in Hampden. Students could be forced to go to Wilbraham.
The Massachusetts Trial Court will pay $36,000 to the Springfield Parking Authority, due to the parking habits of some employees.
We are starting to get into thunderstorm season. 22News is working for you with the different types of lightning strikes there are.
A man wanted on warrants for crimes ranging from witness intimidation to shoplifting was arrested Monday afternoon.
When the officer approached the window, the driver would only roll the it down about a half inch. Drugs were still spotted in the car.
You may be dealing with traffic jams on I-91 in Springfield, but crews are making progress faster than expected.
It’s all about supply and demand: With fewer homes available to buy, buyers are competing for the same property.
The 2nd annual “Wellness to Work” Veterans Health and Career Fair helps connect veterans with information on health care and legal needs.
More than 211,00 people are looking for food assistance at over 200 local food pantries and shelters.
Even though it was raining, people were extremely excited that it was opening day for the Northampton’s Tuesday Market.
Western Massachusetts finally got much needed rainfall after such a dry month.