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The man shot on Boston Road in Springfield Thursday evening has died.
This year’s emergency preparedness disaster drill will simulate hurricane response.
Talk about being a bad neighbor!
Stavros is run, managed and staffed by people with disabilities, who work to help people with disabilities.
Community members Susan Canning, Bob Greeley, Judy Ingis and Paul Sears were all recognized for distinguished service at the event.
After the site proposed for a dog park was met with anger from neighbors, the city has decided to select a new location.
The renovation of the Theater is intended to provide a focal point for cultural and entertainment activities in western Massachusetts.
A Life-time achievement award was presented to Sister Mary Caritas.
The 51-49 vote sets the stage for debate later this year to dramatically overhaul the U.S. tax code for the first time in three decades.
T-shirts were created by survivors of domestic violence shared their experiences.
22News spotted two ambulances leaving 315 Boston Road.
Dozens of people stood in support of Perez, who’s been ordered to go back to Guatemala, a country he left nearly 20-years-ago.
Greenfield wants to get back money spent on Narcan treatment programs and other costs associated with the opioid epidemic.
The Red Cross said while they’re always in need of blood, donating this time of year is particularly important.
A new pavilion was installed Thursday at the Springfield park named for Marine Gunnery Sergeant Thomas J. Sullivan.
Earlier this year, President Donald Trump announced that the U.S. would pull out of the Paris Climate Accord.
Lawmakers are considering tightening regulations on housing development in Massachusetts. 22News was in Boston where they held a hearing on …
They’re already trying to get in so it’s important to take steps now to stop them.
This fall we’ve been experiencing warmer than average temperatures. 22News is working for you with just how warm it has been.