Nearly a month left in winter; 22News found out how much you could end up paying for heat when all is said and done this winter.
Cathedral High School and Holyoke Catholic High School will form a single regional Catholic high school, under a plan announced Monday.
A Monday morning home invasion led to a bomb threat at a credit union and school lockdowns. One man had a “bomb” strapped to his body.
A 26-year-old man from Springfield was caught three separate times on camera selling drugs to undercover federal agents.
A Springfield man was sentenced on Monday for conspiring to illegally possess a firearm and for conspiring to distribute cocaine.
If you’re planning on moving out of western Mass. because of the cold weather, there is one housing market myth to keep in mind.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will start phasing in mandatory rear-view cameras in May of next year.
For one in four Americans, an unexpected expense could prompt a full financial crisis.
Marie Holmes had previously said she quit jobs at Wal-Mart and McDonald’s to care for her four children, one of whom has cerebral palsy.
Two women who cleaned Hernandez’ home testified that they saw guns stashed in his house.
An ex-lobbyist was indicted on unrelated charges that he defrauded the state’s pension system.
Ben Woolf, an actor on “American Horror Story” since 2011, has died after being struck by the side mirror of a passing vehicle.
With just 25 days until Spring, many fans have begun to think about warmer weather and the return of baseball.
The annual Frostbite Golf Open was played this weekend on the ice of Presque Isle Bay by Erie, PA.
The New Britain native shattered the combine record for broad jump, leaping 12 feet, 3 inches.
Yale University researchers are pushing hard to understand the inner workings of a dog’s mind.
A new study finds giving peanuts to babies at high risk for peanut allergies appears to have prevented them from developing the allergy.
Forget the US/Russia reset button, anti-American sentiment is on the rise in Russia.
A group of investors headlined by Red Sox president Larry Lucchino announced Monday they had purchased the Pawtucket Red Sox.
Like many Bostonians that make the trip south in February, Red Sox first baseman Mike Napoli is glad spring training is finally here.