22News spoke with Attorney General Maura Healey before she delivered her commencement speech to Westfield State University graduates.
Every year, the Ride to Remember raises money to remember police officers who have given their lives in the line of duty.
The results of Wilbraham’s marijuana ballot question are in, and residents have decided to prohibit all marijuana establishments.
Former fan favorite “Big Papi” will awarded based on his accomplishments on the field and in his charity work.
The Celtics will sorely miss one of their star players, as he will miss the rest of the playoffs with a hip injury.
One person was taken to the hospital with serious injuries late Saturday afternoon.
Franklin, Massachusetts police believe a body found near Interstate 495 is that of a missing Duke University student.
A passerby called dispatch, concerned, because the mother duck was pacing back and forth.
22News spoke with Congressman Richard Neal as he received an honorary Doctor of Letters degree.
In a June 2015 letter, Hernandez asks to be moved to another part of prison where he says he has no enemies.
It’s been estimated that as many as 30,000 homes could be affected by the crumbling foundation problem
State transportation officials say the CapeFLYER will make its 2017 debut at the outset of Memorial Day weekend.
They spent more than 40 years apart but made up for lost time in one decade.
Setti Warren is looking to unseat Republican Gov. Charlie Baker.
Volunteers rolled up their sleeves in different neighborhoods across the city, working toward keeping Holyoke clean.
Bikers were riding in support of the programs and services offered to veterans at the Soldiers’ Home.
There were hats and morning jackets and British royalty galore, all coming together to celebrate Pippa Middleton’s wedding.
An 11 year-old boy’s call to police lands his father behind bars, after he finds nearly 10-thousand dollars’ worth of drugs.
For a so called comedy claiming it aims for a female audience, did this tasteless mess really need to be so sexist?
Westfield Police Capt. Michael McCabe gave residents tips on what to do if they come across graffiti.