A pedestrian suffered broken bones after being hit by a pickup truck on the North End Bridge in Springfield Monday night.
Springfield police say that a child called them about fugitive Anthony Magri, after seeing a report about him on the news.
Appliances can pose a fire or carbon monoxide risk if they are stored or ventilated improperly.
A 200-year-old tavern has been moved in its entirety from Massachusetts to Connecticut.
The Essex County District Attorney’s Office said a grand jury indicted 16-year-old Mathew Borges for first-degree murder Monday.
James Chartier wanted to draw attention to the need for adequate care of veterans in need.
Preparations are underway to make sure the roads are treated for the messy morning commute.
Woody is a 5 year old dog that likes belly rubs, rides in the car and squeak toys.
22News caught up with the Eversource digger/derrick trucks designed to replace downed or damaged utility poles.
Hardware supplies are running low on snow supplies, while drivers prepare their cars in case public transportation is cancelled.
People in Greenfield are getting ready for a lot of snow Tuesday. 22News found out out how these big winter storms are tough on businesses.
The group behind the marijuana ballot question is worried that state lawmakers have too much control in writing pot regulations.
Tuesday’s expected snowstorm has forced a one week delay in the start of major road improvements in Southwick.
22News found out how the hotel is adjusting their accommodations for guests during Tuesday’s storm.
22News spoke with the DPW director about what the city is doing now before the first flakes start to fall.
The center, which is located on Federal Street, provides treatment and detox for people 18 and older who are struggling with drug addiction.
“This parade has never been cancelled, and if I have anything to say about it, it never will be,” chairman Michael Moriarty said.
Mayor Sarno said the city has made it through storms before but they need the public’s help to keep the city safe through Tuesday’s storm.
The formal session had been scheduled for Wednesday to consider a $259 million spending bill that Gov. Charlie Baker.
Due to the coming winter storm, the Pioneer Valley Transit Authority will not be running bus service on Tuesday.