The Dr. Seuss sculpture at the Springfield Quadrangle drew a crowd Saturday as families came to wish the famous author a happy birthday.
WMass weekends have been far from relaxing this winter. 22News looked into the pattern that finally changed this weekend.
The morning after Bloody Sunday, he headed for Selma, Alabama from his home in Springfield to help fight for equal rights.
We now know the cause of that massive fire in an old grain mill in Deerfield: it was a blow torch.
Saturday marks the annual pre-St. Patrick’s Day celebration, called the Blarney Blowout, that has notoriously led to rowdy behavior.
We are just hours away from the Blarney Blowout. 22News explains if the party is forcing town residents to change their daily plans.
Members of the Springfield Police Department are mourning the tragic accidental death of one of the department’s beloved police dogs.
Springfield Mayor Sarno announced the creation of the Disaster Recovery Home Repair Program that will provide 0% interest forgivable loans.
Click here to see photos from Friday’s fire in Deerfield, which took about 120 firefighters from 30 communities to help put out.
Police in Berkshire County have found a man wanted for a deadly shooting at a Tennessee convenience store.
Two WMass music groups roots will perform to celebrate 40 years accomplishment by the Stavros Center for Independent Living.