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Hazardous materials team called to TD Bank on Sumner Avenue in Springfield

A hazardous materials team had to be called to a Springfield bank on a report of a mysterious white powder Tuesday morning. → Read More

FORUM: Massachusetts Attorney General with candidate Jay McMahon

22News is working for you by hosting a series of debates and forums to help you make informed decisions on Election Day. → Read More

Belchertown police business phone line down due to transformer fire

Belchertown residents are being told to call an alternate phone number for non-emergency police calls, due to an overnight utility pole and transformer fire that affected multiple utility lines. → Read More

Driver charged after driving into truck in South Hadley

South Hadley police have filed charges against a driver whose car flipped over after he crashed into a truck. → Read More

Report of shots fired in Indian Orchard

Springfield police are investigating a report of shots fired in the city’s Indian Orchard neighborhood. → Read More

I-91 South re-opened after Deerfield weigh station incident

A section of Interstate 91 in Franklin County has re-opened, after being closed for a portion of the morning commute Thursday. → Read More

Soldiers’ Home employees’ federal lawsuit dismissed

A federal judge has dismissed a class action lawsuit brought by employees of the Holyoke Soldiers Home who alleged their civil rights were violated due to working conditions at the home during the 2020 COVID-19 outbreak there. → Read More

Belchertown Select Board special election results

Voters in Belchertown went to the polls on Monday to fill a vacant seat on the town’s Select Board. → Read More

2 Pittsfield firefighters hurt in overnight fire

Two Pittsfield firefighters suffered minor injuries while trying to put out an early morning fire at a home in the city’s downtown area Thursday. → Read More

Springfield police investigating Central St. shooting

Springfield police are investigating after one person was shot in an incident late Wednesday night in the city’s South End. → Read More

Driver crashed into utility pole on Roosevelt Ave. in Springfield

One person had to be taken to the hospital after crashing their car into a utility pole on Roosevelt Avenue in Springfield early Wednesday morning. → Read More

SJC to review decision to dismiss charges against Bennett Walsh, Dr. David Clinton in Holyoke Soldiers Home case

The state’s highest court will review a Hampden County judge’s decision to dismiss criminal charges against the former superintendent and medical director of the Holyoke Soldiers Home. → Read More

West Springfield PD: Piper Rd. area now safe after threat

West Springfield Police say that the Piper Road area is now safe, after a situation in the area that caused all public schools to be placed on a two-hour delay. → Read More

Rollover crash blocking I-291 onramp in Springfield

A rollover crash is blocking an onramp to I-291 in Springfield’s Liberty Heights neighborhood. → Read More

Water Main Break on Worthington St. in Springfield

A portion of Worthington Street in downtown Springfield is closed Wednesday morning while Springfield Water and Sewer crews work to repair a water main break. → Read More

Springfield Ward 5 special election held Tuesday

Voters in Springfield’s Ward 5 will be going to the polls Tuesday to choose a new city councilor. → Read More

Basketball Hall of Fame Enshrinement this weekend

The basketball world will be focused on Springfield this weekend, as the Basketball Hall of Fame’s Class of 2022 is enshrined. → Read More

Labor Day: What’s Open? What’s Closed?

Labor Day is a holiday that honors American workers, and as a result, many people will have the day off. But while some services are unavailable on this holiday, others will be available. → Read More

Flood Watch in effect for Hampden County

Heavy rain is expected throughout western Massachusetts on Monday, and a Flood Watch is in effect for central and eastern portions of Hampden County. → Read More

More than 500 without power in Forest Park

Hundreds of Eversource Energy customers in Springfield’s Forest Park neighborhood are without power Wednesday morning. → Read More