The victim was taken to Baystate Medical Center in Springfield with serious injuries where he died.
State Police have cleared the Westfield-Barnes Regional Airport, Thursday night, after they investigated a bomb threat report.
Westfield police say that they received two separate reports of children being approached by drivers asking for help with their GPS system.
As we approach the coldest nights of the year, remember: about half a million people are without the comfort and shelter that a home provide…
The state unemployment rate fell for the fourth consecutive month in October. 22News explains what this means for the Massachusetts economy.
UMass Amherst is one of the many places where events were held Thursday to encourage people to quit, or never start smoking to begin with.
Police said they received about five reports Wednesday of cars being “rummaged through.”
More people are choosing to go online for their holiday shopping. 22News found out why it will be even more popular this year.
As mortgage rates climb higher, 22News explains how it’s putting real pressure on those in the housing market.
22News found out which Thanksgiving foods will make for a more affordable holiday.
Research shows sugar is as addictive as cocaine. Registered Dietitian Nancy Dell answers how you can stop that craving for sugar.
The Health Policy Commission has awarded the hospital with a $1 million grant for the program.
At this point last year, Lorraine’s had received donations of 40 turkeys. Right now, they have only received 25.
Around for more than 50 years, Haley’s in Brimfield is one of the few surviving turkey farms in the region.
Highland Valley Elder Services provides Meals on Wheels to 400 seniors in 24 Hampshire and Hampden County communities.
The Massachusetts Broadcasters Association honored WWLP-22News with a Merit Award for Station of the Year.
The group is inviting area residents to input on ways to increase tourism and business development.
Some residents were concerned it would be sold and torn down, erasing an important piece of local history.
The March of Dimes has partnered with Baystate Children’s Hospital, creating the first NICU Family Support Program in western Massachusetts.
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