Five people were taken to Mercy Medical Center after the car they were riding in crashed into a pole.
Primary elections begin Tuesday in some communities, including Springfield, West Springfield and Chicopee.
It’s said to be the best new way to reduce credit card fraud. 22News shows you a new feature on your card that could save you big time.
In the past year, more than 100 children were abused or neglected in foster homes licensed by the state.
The UMass Dining services kicked off the new school year with a major cookout today.
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US dentist in lion hunt that prompted outrage says he acted legally, and will return to work
A slew of new smartphone apps have hit the market recently. Three specifically that offer services to users deemed helpful.
The San Diego company voluntarily recalled “Limited Edition” brand cucumbers Friday and has said it’s working to determine if the cucumbers …
State Police were assisting Hatfield Police in their efforts to locate several people stranded on a boat on the Connecticut River Monday nig…
The small business 70 miles north New York City makes seeds the old fashioned way.
If you have ever had an issue with an airline but failed to file a grievance, you may want to rethink that.
A deputy in Texas is telling her story about an act of kindness from a teenage stranger in the wake of several officer shootings.
Doctors are teaming up with businesses to screen employees for vascular disease without making them even leave their offices.
The string of hot, sunny days we’ve had all summer is starting to yield consequences, some more visible than others.
Leading researchers say they have discovered a way to track a key element in the brain that may unlock some secrets to it.
Shoppers may roll their eyes when they see holiday items on store shelves in September, but it may be financially beneficial for some consum…
Illinois lieutenant shot by still at-large suspects is laid to rest
With all those enclosed spaces, recirculated air and non-stop streams of people, airports and planes are prime breeding grounds for bacteria…
The study found that when presented with flatware featuring bright colors, dementia patients were significantly more likely to consume food …