22News investigated with Springfield’s Water and Sewer Commission what’s going on below the surface of our roads.
The former Executive Director and Chief Financial Officer of the Holyoke Geriatric Authority is suing the city and his former employer.
An off duty Holyoke Police officer saw the suspect running from the bank Wednesday, and took down his license plate.
A powdered form of alcohol was approved by the federal government, but the move is already being criticized.
State lawmakers introduced a bill to regulate and tax marijuana the same way that alcohol is in Massachusetts.
A small house fire started at a home in Ware. Luckily, no one was home at the time.
The group, Friends of the Chicopee Public Library, hosted an art exhibit for the public Thursday night.
Celebrating Springfield was the theme of Thursday night’s DevelopSpringfield Dinner fundraiser.
A young mother is breathing easier with a new set of lungs after she went to Colorado for a life-saving transplant.
While research says raising the legal age to buy tobacco could save lives, not everyone is sold on the idea.
While smart-phones and tablets may be taking over the world, the humble typewriter hangs on to its place.
The mother of an autistic boy says an employee at the San Antonio aquarium denied her son entry to an exhibit because of his disorder.
What seems to start as a fight between two girls seen here in this video, posted on YouTube, suddenly turns ugly.
Dr. Nancy Snyderman has decided to leave NBC News under fire, after it was reported that she broke her Ebola quarantine.
Three suspects charged in the fatal shooting of a 17-year-old boy in Boston last year have been ordered held without bail.
Police are searching for the driver in a hit-and-run accident that killed a 69-year-old woman and her dog.
Authorities have found more than six tons of marijuana hidden in a truck that tried to cross into the United States from Mexico.
Leaders and activists on Thursday sought to tamp down tensions after two officers were shot during a protest.
A carjacking victim on Thursday described his harrowing ride at gunpoint with the Boston Marathon bombers.
The judge struck some testimony from a Glock employee, who said video showed Hernandez carrying a gun after the killing.