Thirty-six year-old Kelly Starzyk is being charged with in connection with auto thefts out of Ludlow, Belchertown, and South Hadley.
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It did not take Chicopee police very long to arrest the suspect in a Wednesday afternoon hold-up at a credit union.
Chicopee police are remodeling their dispatch center, and as a result, calls will be taken by Holyoke police for a two-hour period Wednesday…
A new poll found many Massachusetts voters support recreational marijuana legalization.
The Big E Circus Spectacular has been amazing audiences since 1979, first in the coliseum, and now under the big top next to the big slide.
Agawam residents say they have felt a personal connection to the loss of Lisa Ziegert.
Swift River invited the public to look at their new addiction treatment facility during an open house on Wednesday.
The Valley Opportunity Council plans to renovate the Quicky’s Family restaurant building to create new affordable housing options.
The 10-week class is free to Springfield residents, and is held Wednesday nights, from 6-9 p.m.
The Holyoke City Clerk’s Office has announced all registered voters will be able to vote before Election Day for the first time ever in Mass…
An employee at the Boy & Girls Club of Greater Westfield was one of twelve recipients nationwide to receive the 2016 Maytag Dependable Leade…
Roosa’s ticket has been sitting unscratched in a drawer until a week ago, when he finally scratched to reveal his winnings.
His winning ticket was purchased at Sam’s Food Stores located at 198 Pine Street in Northampton.
The new law allows transgender people to use the restroom that matches their gender identity.
The training will include F-15 aircraft scheduled Monday through Friday over Southern Vermont and the New Hampshire border.
The things that many of us take for granted are often precious commodities for homeless people.
22News spoke with Public Works director David Billips, who said residents can drink the water in Westfield and be certain it’s 100 percent s…
22News was at the Hampshire County Bureau to find out what was discussed.
A problem party street just outside the UMass Campus will once again host a party, but this time with the police.