Workers and area residents are trying to figure out what to do next following the closure of a local hospital, the Route 5 Tunnel project has become more expensive, and the state auditor has some tough criticism for the DCF.
Wednesday morning’s showers brought a rainbow into view for people in the area of downtown Springfield and in West Springfield.
Three people are facing drug and weapons charges after a disturbance on Main Street in Holyoke
Three suspects were arrested on Monday after police received reports of a disturbance involving a handgun on Main Street in Holyoke.
The Holyoke City Council unanimously approved new rules Tuesday night involving the mayor and his city-issued vehicle.
The Massachusetts Lottery officially launched their $30 scratch ticket Tuesday. The grand prize is $15 million.
Authorities say a Georgia man will be returned to Massachusetts to face a murder charge in a 40-year-old slaying.
The prospect of an American running down Boylston Street to break the tape this Patriots’ Day was seen as the ultimate expression of resilience. No American runner had won the Boston Marathon since 1985.
NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs // The Boston Bruins defeated Detroit Red Wings in the third game of their Eastern Conference playoff match-up. The Bruins now lead the series 2-1.
Police are on the lookout for suspects after shots were fired on Osgood Street in Springfield’s North End Tuesday afternoon, wounding one woman.
22News reported Monday night on at least 7 brush fires that happened in Hampden and Hampshire County. We’re working for you with steps you can take to protect your family and your property.
The owner of a brownstone where two firefighters were killed in a wind-fueled fire has filed a civil lawsuit alleging negligence by welders working next door.
How much would you pay for a chance to instantly win $15 million? The state is hoping that you’ll think $30 is a fair amount.
The arraignment has been postponed for a woman charged with operating under the influence and damaging a high school athletic field.
A man who was hit by a car in the Feeding Hills section of Agawam last week remains in critical condition at Baystate Medical Center, five days after the accident.
State Department of Children and Families employees are stepping up demands for state officials to take action to reduce social worker caseload.
Tuesday is Earth Day, and police officers in Westfield did their part, by participating in a cleanup effort at a city apartment complex.
Patrick Evans is wheeled out of the hyperbaric chamber at Hartford Hospital. It’s his last round of treatment for carbon monoxide poisoning he sustained in a jeep while he was off roading.