A mother and son were taken to the hospital, Friday night, after a car crashed into a pickup truck and then a house on White St. in Springfi…
Springfield Police were using a specially-trained dog to track three attackers who beat and robbed a teenage boy on Boston Rd. in Springfiel…
Massachusetts health officials are urging residents to take precautions to avoid getting bitten by mosquitoes.
Governor Baker opposes a Senate amendment that would require the state to apply for federal money to test out a new “Distance Driven Tax.”
The Attorney General would be stripped of her authority to regulate firearms under a bill filed by the state Senate minority leader.
A New York-based company has signed a purchase-and-sale agreement to acquire the former mills complex in downtown.
There are two overnight closures scheduled for Interstate 91 next week, and it’s all part of the ongoing viaduct rehabilitation project.
Our 22News crew saw police rummaging through boxes labeled “evidence Homeland Security.”
Northampton’s downtown is known for its bars and restaurants. 22News explains why some establishments have been put on notice.
Police say a 17-year-old girl struck and killed a man mowing grass and continued driving until she ran into a parked car.
Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign says a computer system connected to the campaign has been hacked.
The City of Holyoke and the Hampden District Attorney partner together to provide positive activities for teens in a safe environment.
Six Flags is looking to hire more than 350 employees to assist with New England’s largest haunt event.
1,800 employees will have their wage’s increased to $12 an hour at a Springfield-based non-profit.
The MassDOT announced on Friday that for the next few weeks, West Columbus Avenue will be closed from I-291 to Gridiron Street.
The best way to protect your home from mosquitoes is to break the mosquito reproduction cycle.
A peek of what the pair’s combined bravado looks like is also already showing up at times.
The couple was not charged with having an active role in managing the compounding center.
At a hearing, the judge did not rule on the motions but said the trial could start in December.
Perez pleaded guilty to robbery and firearms charges last month but hasn’t been sentenced.