A local elder services agency received no fewer than 700 complaints of abuse already this year.
22News spoke with Mayor Sarno and Police Commissioner Barbieri about a deal that could bring body and dash cameras to the Springfield Police…
Melissa Taylor of Ware told 22News she is thinking about cutting down her backyard trees to ease the pain caused by the caterpillars.
A few outstanding issues with Whalley Park were brought up at the Southwick Park & Rec meeting.
Eversource is holding a public meeting tonight at Westfield High School.
The discovery was made as more secure locks were being placed on the pumps at the Main Street station.
Find out how the Route 57 project is coming along in Southwick.
About 90 6th and 7th graders at Peck were selected for the P3 program. It stands for Personalized Pathways Program.
The Natural Resources committee talks about the concerns that could ban crumb rubber use on city property in Westfield.
The Chicopee Police Department’s traffic division wants to speak with the man regarding a vehicle incident.
Belchertown police say the attacker pushed the victim to the ground, and then made sexually-suggestive comments.
Springfield police say that the suspect had broken into the store not once, but twice in the same night.
The Connecticut River Conservancy will update its interactive map weekly and bi-weekly as water sample test results come in.
Mayor David Narkewicz sent $1 from his own pocket and an apology letter to a man who paid for parking downtown when he didn’t need to.
The annual Champions of Chicopee Fathers’ Day 5K will take place Saturday morning.
Springfield and Massachusetts State Police searched extensively for one of the suspects, but have been unsuccessful so far.
Crews used ground-penetrating radar Thursday to search for a car believed to have been linked to the teen’s 2000 disappearance and murder.
The charges some of the suspects are facing include possession of heroin and cocaine.
State Rep. Angelo Puppolo said he and his colleagues receive emails and phone calls from angry residents.
People earning seven figures may have to pay more taxes in Massachusetts as state lawmakers advanced the “Fair Share Amendment.”