It’s been a little over a week since the state’s all electronic tolling system went into effect and the toll booth demolition began.
We are now just two days away from choosing our next candidates for office. Voting is simple, but your voting rights can be complicated.
A strong batch of new films drew audiences to the theaters in large numbers this weekend, including Marvel’s “Doctor Strange.”
FBI director Comey said they found no evidence in its review of newly discovered emails to warrant criminal charges against Clinton.
Todd Kohlhepp was formally charged with four counts of murder Sunday in relation to a cold case quadruple murder.
Some schools are receiving backlash for the size of their endowments and the tax breaks they receive.
An arsonist endangered the lives of 6 people overnight at a home in Ellington, Connecticut
A Springfield man was arrested in Ludlow Sunday afternoon, charged with his 3rd OUI.
It’s a common problem that police face; Elderly people suffering from Dementia who wander away from their homes.
22News is working for you with what else you should be doing in your yard this month before winter begins.
On Sunday, dozens of concerned and fed up citizens marched through the streets of Springfield’s North End neighborhood.
For the 3rd consecutive year, an eight year old Agawam boy, Ayden Vrijenhoek, spearheaded a charity walk and ride to raise money to fight hu…
A volunteer work force of AIC students spent hours helping neighbors cope with the problem of falling leaves.
Thousands of volunteers on motorcycles are making sure kids all across western Massachusetts have their Christmas wishes fulfilled.
With the holidays approaching, Rachel’s Table held their 10th annual “Foodraiser” at the Big Y in Longmeadow.
The coffee chain has announced that customers who buy one holiday drink will get another one free at participating stores.
The White House has a digital transition plan for @POTUS’ social media accounts when he leaves office.
A Mass. evangelist will ask a federal judge to reject a lawsuit that accuses him of waging a long campaign to persecute gays in Uganda.
The candidates embarked on one of their final tours of battleground states, shifting to their closing arguments to weary voters.
Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen is reiterating that state consumer protection laws don’t provide relief to homeowners with deteri…