The “Represent.Us” group rallied in Northampton to stop what they call, “A corrupting influence of money on U.S. politics.”
A bill allowing CT’s two federally recognized tribes to open jointly operated casinos could face legal challenges.
U.S. military trainers are back in Iraq and they say this time, the results will be different.
According to the IRS, about 35 million Americans are filing this year on tax deadline day.
The Better Business Bureau is warning high school students and their parents to look out for scholarship schemes.
The Massachusetts Senate has approved a bill that would offer early retirement incentives to thousands of state employees.
More than 83 households lost power after an accident in Easthampton Wednesday night.
An unidentified motorcycle rider was hurt when their bike collided with a car in east Springfield Wednesday afternoon.
At the close of tax season, many Americans have either received a refund, or have one on the way.
Gov. Charlie Baker is calling on members of the board that oversees the MBTA to resign.
Bostonians will mark the second anniversary of the deadly Boston Marathon bombings with a citywide moment of silence.
After cross-checking details, you should have a strong sense of whether your food product is safe to eat or needs to be trashed right away.
The authors of the study say that it was already known that acetaminophen blunted psychological pain. But their new research led them to the…
Marijuana is one of the tightest-controlled substances under federal law. The Drug Enforcement Administration considers it to have no medica…
The 25-year-old ex-Patriots player spend the rest of his life at MCI Cedar Junction in Walpole in the 2013 killing Odin Lloyd.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation has named the contractor who will work on the I-91 viaduct in Springfield.
As we enter the Spring growing season, it’s important to inspect your trees for hidden dangers.
It’s been days since Chicopee native Joshua Devine disappeared during a diving trip in Thailand. 22News spoke with his mother today in Conne…
State transportation officials are paring back late-night MBTA service, saying the current pilot program is unsustainable.
Police said that as some of the protesters were being handcuffed they expressed their desire to be arrested.