Residents in East Longmeadow voted in favor of a municipal charter Tuesday night, changing their town government.
The Air Force invited Chicopee residents to the Castle of Knights Tuesday to hear their concerns, and educate them about this aircraft.
Police said a 42-year-old Belchertown man admitted he was texting before his SUV hit and sheared a utility pole on North Washington Street
A Montague man pleaded guilty on Monday in U.S. District Court to 5 counts of filing false tax returns from 2008 to 2012.
It may seem like an Easthampton man charged with possession of marijuana got off easy, but he also forfeited nearly $500 he made selling dru…
Chicopee police say the man told them he intended to mail the wallet back to its rightful owner.
The Select Board is upset the state held a meeting about rattlesnakes coming to the Quabbin Reservoir, but never notified the board.
Parents are worry the Belchertown School Committee will do away with several programs, impacting students’ futures.
The Mass. DPH sets generally accepted procedures for hospitals and doctors. 22News spoke with an attorney to discuss the standards.
There’s a new warnings regarding the Zika virus. 22News explains what Health Officials are now concerned about.
A federal judge ruled Tuesday that Camille Cosby must continue her deposition in the defamation case against her husband, Bill Cosby.
A man abused by a priest asked lawmakers to eliminate the civil statute of limitations for child abuse allegations against the dead.
People who had been convicted of prior offenses accounted for nearly three quarters of new convictions in Massachusetts in a single year.
New surveillance video shows the moments after former New Orleans Saints star Will Smith was shot and killed.
Two brothers decided to have some fun after their little sister got wisdom teeth surgery.
It’s that moment many of us dread, the long walk to the boss’s office to ask that crucial question, “Can I have a raise?”
On the streets of Bethlehem, the Israli-Palestinian conflict doesn’t erupt, it repeats. Clashes today echo clashes from past decades.
More than 200 girls were taken from a school in Nigeria almost two years ago. Now, Boko Haram is trying to turn them into killers.
The sketch comedy series MADtv is returning to television, making the jump to primetime with one-hour episodes on The CW Network.
Their target would be a planet with potential for holding life.