Parts of Springfield’s South End look the same as they did when the June 1st tornado struck, but 22News found out that will change soon.
If you thought putting money aside in your emergency savings fund has been tough for you and your family, you’re not alone.
West Springfield schools and the Hampden County District Attorney’s Office are connecting with parents in their fight against drug abuse.
22News viewers have been receiving snail-mail solicitation forms from a third party competitors.
Federal officials teamed with the NFL for a nationwide law enforcement effort aimed at combating counterfeit sports merchandise.
Both players still remember the joy of being showered with confetti on the field where the Patriots won their last NFL title 10 years ago.
A state trooper wiped his eyes while testifying about the stab wounds of a slain math teacher that were allegedly inflicted by a student.
About half of teachers will leave the profession within the first five years. It’s happening all across the country.
Secretary of State John Kerry was fined $50 by the city of Boston for failing to clear snow from the side of his house.
The New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks continue to practice and get ready for Super Bowl XLIX on Sunday.
Football tampering is inevitable when felines take the field in the Kitten Bowl, a 4-team playoff to promote the adoption of shelter animals…
To advertisers, it doesn’t get any bigger than the Super Bowl. However, as consumers’ tastes change, so has the way brands approach the game…
The UMass Minutemen won a close game at the Mullins Center Thursday night, defeating Dayton 66-64.
John McCutcheon, who oversaw the school’s athletic programs for the last 11yrs, will soon leave Mass. and head to a new job in Cali.
A survivalist who spent months on the run after authorities say he killed a PA State Police trooper in a late-night ambush pleaded not guilt…
California is in the midst of a measles crisis after dozens of confirmed cases are linked to an outbreak at Disneyland.
The Republican-controlled Senate approved a bipartisan bill to construct the Keystone XL oil pipeline, defying a presidential veto threat.
Officials have auctioned off more than 550 square miles of federal waters off of Massachusetts for wind energy projects.
An audit found Gov. Charlie Baker did not break pay-to-play rules when he donated to New Jersey Republicans in 2011.
The finishing touches are being put on the field ahead of Super Bowl on Sunday between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks.