22News looked at how downtown Springfield businesses are preparing for the 2014 Basketball Hall of Fame Enshrinement ceremony.
Thousands continue to smoke despite the risk of a recurrence. 22News reveals what many doctors are now suggesting as a solution.
British researchers pooled data from about 200 studies and found taking a low-dose of aspirin can cut the rates by almost 40%.
Officials are warning drug users in the city to avoid heroin after at least nine drug overdose deaths since Friday.
People who attend the Springfield Jazz and Roots Fest at Court Square are asked to bring a pair of new socks a homeless program.
There’s a lot of excitement, as well as opposition to Chicopee joining the Connecticut Riverwalk and Bikeway.
At least for now, Westover ARB in Chicopee will not be used to house undocumented children from Central America.
A 16-year-old girl is dead after getting struck by a boat while tubing in Greenwich Wednesday.
Joseph Cordova only had a few moments to pull out his cell phone when he and a friend drove up on the terrifying scene unfolding.
Summer is entering the final stretch, but in many parts of the country, there’s more swim time ahead.
Prosecutors said the officer allegedly gave his badge to the man believed to have masterminded the kidnapping.
The world is witnessing the emergence of a new, more prosperous Africa despite the continent’s deep challenges, Pres. Obama said Wednesday
The use of an experimental drug to treat two Americans diagnosed with Ebola is raising ethical questions.
A man who recently visited West Africa and then was hospitalized in NYC with gastrointestinal symptoms does not have the Ebola virus.
The BRCA genes greatly raise the risk for breast cancer. Scientists say a more recently identified, less common gene can do the same.
Deputy VA Secretary Sloan Gibson says the agency’s scheduling problems and personnel investigations can be cleared up in two years.
The deal with the bank would be the largest Justice Department settlement by far arising from the economic meltdown.
Craig was injured stepping off the first base bag running out a double-play ball.
The reported finalists for the job are Rob Manfred, MLB’s chief operating officer; Tim Brosnan, MLB’s executive vice president for business …
That much was in doubt Sunday when he withdrew from the final round of the Bridgestone Invitational because of back pain.