Construction crews put up a road block Thursday night along Route 5 to make sure that a flood control measure operates properly.
Police in Rhode Island identified a 14-year-old girl from Berkshire County, who was pulled from the waters off Narragansett.
A man was shot multiple times Thursday morning in Holyoke, and taken to Baystate Medical. Police are searching for the gunman.
It could cut down on road rage, but it could also be embarrassing. 22News looked into a proposal that could help young drivers.
Kinder Morgan approved moving forward with the Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company. Property owners have expressed strong opposition.
Jurors convicted James Holmes on Thursday in the chilling 2012 attack on defenseless moviegoers at a midnight Batman premiere.
President Obama says “prompt and thorough probe” of Chattanooga gunman’s attack on military facilities will be carried out.
Three men were arrested on Washburn Street in Springfield, Thursday afternoon, and now face multiple gun and drug charges.
Michael Bissonnette announced his intentions to run for mayor of Chicopee on his facebook page Thursday night
A single vehicle crash brought traffic to a standstill for a time Thursday night on the Mass Pike in Chicopee.
22News went to Sterns Square Thursday where music lovers gathered for the CityBlock Summer Concert Series.
The military’s newest war-plane is set to go operational this month.
The fight started out with the two men arguing with one another, but it quickly turned into a video filled with profanity and blood
Drivers in Baltimore’s harbor tunnel thought they’d hit the jackpot after cash started flying out of the back of an armored truck.
The fantasy epic “Game of Thrones” dominated Thursday’s Emmy nominations with 24 overall, including Best Drama.
The 2015 Emmy nominees were announced on July 16, 2015. Check out the shows, actors and actresses who received nods.
Health and Human Services Secretary Marylou Sudders on Thursday told an advisory group that Massachusetts is “seemingly unique” among states…
Granted new freedom to privatize MBTA service, Gov. Charlie Baker on Thursday made no guarantees that workers would not be laid off.
Boston 2024, a non-profit seeking to make the city host to the Summer Games in nine years, has chosen Widett Circle as the site of the marqu…
Boston police spent nearly $750,000 on officer overtime during the trial of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.