Currently, any defendant who has been arraigned and denied personal recognizance may request an immediate bail review in superior court.
After more than 80 years owned by the Springfield Ski Club, Blandford ski area may be changing hands.
22News went to the railroad crossing in Longmeadow to check the status as to why it remains closed.
Sunburns and mosquito bites aren’t the only threats you have to worry about in the summer.
It’s based on a location mentioned frequently in Stephen King’s novels, and is being shot in Orange from July to January.
22News reveals which rules apply to medical marijuana patients, and why they could be penalized for treating a chronic illness.
Long-time City Councilor and Easthampton resident Joy Winnie announced her candidacy for mayor Tuesday night.
The meetings gave residents an opportunity to voice their concerns and ask questions about things going on in their neighborhoods.
Heavy rainfall came through Tuesday afternoon causing some minor flooding throughout Hampden County.
Police received reports about a water main break on Cottage Street and Robbins Road in East Springfield around 6 p.m. Tuesday evening.
Western Massachusetts cities and towns will see an increase in funding for education and local aid in this year’s state budget.
Western New England University Career Services gives students hands on experience in their field to prepare them for the workforce.
The funding would have been used for a medical school program with UMass to help train more doctors.
22News is working for you with signs you need to know if you are dehydrated.
Councilors have given MGM Springfield until 2020 to build market rate housing in the downtown area.
Last call for alcohol could be deep into the morning if you’re gambling.
A dog on Long Island has quickly become a celebrity after he was caught on camera saving a baby deer apparently drowning.
22News explains how the taxes are divided, and how communities will be able to decide whether or not to allow pot shops.
The Bristol County District Attorney’s Office is calling the death suspicious.
The bill would allow police, doctors, or family members to temporarily keep guns out of the hands of someone at risk of harming themselves.