Nearly seven years later, a 22 year-old man has been arrested for the 2008 samurai sword killing of 44 year-old Humberto Brindis of Holyoke.
Students at the Milton Bradley School in Springfield were on lockdown for a short time, after a shooting at a nearby apartment building.
Governor Charlie Baker released a budget proposal that would close a $1.8 billion gap, while not raising taxes or increasing user fees.
Springfield’s Mayor Sarno shared memories on Wednesday with the owners the South End landmark, Albano’s Market.
It’s March but the snow just keeps coming. 22News took a look at how much snow we’ve gotten this winter and if we’ve broken any records.
You’re going to want to take your boots off at the door. 22News spoke with residents about the beginning of mud season.
22News spoke with a local leader and Captain in the U.S. Army Reserve about the issue of send sending U.S. ground troops.
President Obama signed the bill Wednesday afternoon in the Oval Office with a small group of photographers present.
Greenfield is contemplating changing the age that a person must be in order to purchase tobacco products.
Potholes are keeping drivers at slow speeds along a street in Westfield. 22News saw signs posted, warning drivers of what lies ahead.
While there is still a lot of snow on the ground in New England, 22News explains the majority of the U.S. has snow on the ground right now.
People driving by the Eastern States Exposition may soon notice a few new digital signs outside the fairgrounds.
Dozens of people are pitching tents in downtown Northampton to raise money for cancer care; their goal is to raise $50,000.
Gov. Baker hopes to have a chair of the 21-member Judicial Nominating Commission in place in early April.
Police investigated the report of shots fired near the High School of Commerce Wednesday afternoon.
Parents are always on the lookout for a great education for their kids for the least amount of money.
New hearing focuses on single clause used to establish health care subsidies.