Westfield Police Dept. Det. Lt. David Ragazzini said the bulk of the crime in the city is driven, as usual, by the needs of narcotics addict…
During the holidays we tend to give to others, especially the less fortunate in our community. It’s this time of year when we also come up w…
The recent sales of several Westfield apartment complexes to a regional property management company may prove to be a boon for the city, acc…
An 80 year-old woman and her son have been forced out of their Springfield home following a fire early Friday morning.
Springfield police are investigating an armed robbery that wounded an employee
It’s been a heartbreaking New Year’s Day for those who knew Garrett Gagne. They describe Gagne as a “kind-hearted person.”
A new year brings new wages. 22News shows you both perspectives on the state’s minimum wage increase, and if it’ll hurt or help the economy.
From the “grandparents scheme” to “fake confirmation emails,” thieves found creative ways to steal people’s information in 2014.
Massachusetts drivers can now legally take their hand off the nozzle while pumping gas into the fuel tank of their car or truck.
This weekend could be seasonal, but next week, the lower-than-the-average temperatures are expected to return.
A new campaign finance law doubles the amount you can donate to a political candidate in Massachusetts.
Just minutes into the New Year, a father and his 18-year-old son were shot in the streets of Springfield; the son did not survive.
22-year-old Garrett Gagne died early New Year’s Day after being run over by a police cruiser in Chatham. 22News has the latest.
Chicopee Police arrested a 25-year-old man after he struck a police cruiser while driving drunk the wrong way down a one way street.
The Springfield Arson and Bomb Squad are trying to determine what started two fires on New Year’s Day.
Multiple fire departments called in to a fire at Huntington teen and summer camp dining hall early Thursday morning.
A recent study found New Year’s Day saw the most car thefts of all holidays, with over 2,000 reported.