Unionized nurses at Baystate Franklin Medical Center in Greenfield announced that they will go on strike after failing, yet again, to reach an agreement with Baystate Health.
An out-of-state non-profit group will take over operations of the Morgan Elementary School in Holyoke this summer, and the Morgan School’s new receiver is no stranger to Holyoke schools.
Holyoke firefighters were able to get out of a burning house on Main Street Wednesday night before the upper floors burst into flames.
A mother was taken into police custody after officers say she hosted an underage drinking party for more than 100 teenagers for her daughter’s 16th birthday.
A woman says she got a disturbing surprise in the mail for her daughter’s birthday: drug laced muffins. Now she says she wants the person responsible to go to jail.
Ludlow Police are investigating a single car accident where a driver crashed his car into a utility pole Wednesday night, leaving several people without power.
A Mass. man was sentenced to 3 years of probation after pleading guilty to vehicular homicide in connection with a drunken driving crash that resulted in the death of a state trooper.
Youssou Ndoye scored 11 of his 12 points in the second half, and St. Bonaventure clamped down on defense in upsetting No. 21 Massachusetts 78-65 on Wednesday night.
A capacity crowd came to Northampton Wednesday night to hear from five democrats who want to be the next governor of Massachusetts.
It’s cold season, a time many of us experience the sniffling and sneezing from the common cold. It turns out, Americans suffer from over 1 billion colds each year. But how to best prevent or treat the virus?
Though all have expressed interest in addressing the unemployment insurance system, neither DeLeo, Patrick nor Senate President Therese Murray have indicated specific policy or rule changes they would like to see enacted.
With housing demand driving rents and prices up in some areas of Massachusetts, all manner of construction could serve to relieve the pressure, according to an affordable housing developer in Somerville.
Authorities say someone walking a dog in the woods behind a Mass. middle school stumbled upon a dead body. The victims remains suffered massive trauma.
As attorney general, Eric Holder has approved pursuing the death penalty in at least 34 criminal cases, upholding a long-ago pledge to Congress that he would vigorously enforce federal law even though he’s not a proponent of capital punishment.
Road salt is important to keep drivers safe, but 22News found out what it does to cars, our health and the environment.
After years of setbacks, a nearly $100 billion-a-year compromise Farm Bill cleared the House on Wednesday despite strong opposition from conservatives.
More people in Massachusetts went back to work in December, in some parts of the state. While the statewide jobless rate fell to 7% last month, in Springfield it went up slightly to 10.7%.
State lottery officials are looking to expand their business to include online gaming. 22News has a look at what that change could mean for the state.
The case of a Massachusetts teacher’s aide who was suspended by her school district for outside work she did as a lingerie model is raising questions about how much your private life can or should impact your career.
Amherst school officials say their budget falls far short in the coming fiscal year. Amherst announced a nearly $400,000 budget gap on Tuesday.