A person has been shot in Springfield. It happened at the intersection of Carver and Washington Streets.
22News I-Team uncovers how someone may be watching your every move using your security system.
With the weather warming up, you’ll start to see more bikers out on the road and here are some safety tips for drivers and riders.
Some senators have already voiced displeasure with the health care bill that cleared the House last week.
Persistent rainfall has driven nearly 1,900 people from their homes in 126 municipalities in the Canadian province of Quebec
New England environmental officials and scientists say it would be too costly.
MassDevelopment says the grants will help the health centers complete capital improvement projects.
The state’s Alcohol Task Force has scheduled the hearings as part of its review of the legal and regulatory framework.
Obama is to receive the Profile in Courage Award during a dinner at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.
Ever since the raised portion of the I-91 project started, drivers have been experiencing traffic delays.
The Springfield chapter of the African-American sorority furthered the goals of young people needing college tuition assistance.
The annual ceremony memorializing the 104th Fighter Wing’s fallen was attended by official dignitaries and the families of those lost.
Gasoline dropped 5 cents nationally over the past two weeks, to $2.41.
There was no shortage of music to entertain the crowd that strolled across the bridge.
French voters overwhelmingly rejected the far-right ideology of opponent Marine Le Pen, nominating pro-EU Macron to the presidency.
10-year-old Brady Kahle has touched hearts and raised thousands, selling his collection of baseball cards to help his friends.
State law requires parents’ consent to marry under 18, but activists say this leaves the door open for forced marriages.
A large Bear with a big appetite didn’t let a no parking sign stop her from wandering through the parking lot of the Montague Police.
22News is working for you with how much rain this could be helping or affecting us here in western Massachusetts.
Participants raised over $65,000 Sunday, to go towards research to find a cure for a disease which affects millions worldwide.