Bob Charland gave bicycles out to students at Springfield’s Washington Street School.
Ashley Edwards presented a check for almost $17,000 to Baystate Children’s Hospital.
Renovations included replacing water features and adding skidproof concrete to the perimeter.
22News found out how you can protect yourself and family from tick bites.
The sneaker maker said that it plans to focus on the hottest-selling sneakers and slash the number of styles it offers.
If your employer gives you paid vacation days, consider yourself lucky: 41 percent of those surveyed said they do not get any paid time off.
The college student who emerged from prison in North Korea in a coma has severe brain damage, but doctors don’t know what caused it.
Facebook will use AI in conjunction with human reviewers to find and remove “terrorist content” immediately, before other users see it.
Republicans and Democrats fight for bragging rights Thursday in the annual Congressional Baseball game as one unit.
MassDOT said crew members will be doing striping and barrier work.
Michelle Carter’s fate is left solely up to the judge after she waived her right to a jury trial.
22News found out how residents living in high rise buildings can be safe during a fire.
The company selling the new device claims it is easier to use than the EpiPen, and should come at a lower cost.
Lawmakers are considering a bill to offer undocumented students in-state tuition rates and state-funded financial aid.
According to Ludlow police, Michael Ostrowski took his 4-year-old daughter from her bedroom without permission and drove off at high speed.
16 people arrested and 23 trespass orders handed out in a day long sting at the Main Street bus terminal.
22News investigates how gun restrictions change if a gun owner becomes mentally ill.
Bob the bike man is at it again, dropping off dozens more bikes to children in need on Thursday!
22News found out who is testing the water, and where you can find the results.
22News explains why the Supreme Judicial Court made this ruling.