According to the USA Swimming Foundation, an average of 17 children drown every year during the first week of July.
22News dropped by their anniversary party Saturday night at Tony and Penny’s in Ludlow to celebrate along with their family and friends.
“Manspreading,” is the tendency of some people to sit with their legs wide apart.
According to a news release, the goal is to meet “strong leisure demand.”
On Thursday, July 6th, shelter surveillance video captured two teens breaking into the shelter’s cat room, where they allegedly stole one ca…
Residents came out to experience everything that makes New England unique, from arts & crafts to deliciously brewed beer.
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22News spoke with New England residents who were happy for the opportunity to speak directly to Senator Warren.
Two people were taken to the hospital with injuries after being involved in a car accident on Prospect Street in Chicopee.
22News was at Wisniowski Park in Chicopee Saturday, as it was officially dedicated upon the completion of upgrades.
The child lost his footing, fell from an embankment and was swept into the 4-foot-wide (1.2-meter-wide) pipe.
Protesters chanted, sang, danced and played music as world leaders wrapped up their two-day summit in the German port city.
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority police say the man fell into the pit at the Park Street station
Between slices, visitors can learn how to make pizza from experts of the craft and watch pie-tossing performances from pizza acrobats.
5,300 stores nationwide have announced closures since the beginning of the year.
Putin hailed his first meeting with Trump, saying he thinks Trump accepted his assurances that Russia didn’t meddle in the election.
The race served as the seventh round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship.
The Group of 20 summit came up with compromise language on trade, although officials struggled to find common ground on climate change.
The city will soon be starting energy-saving projects in Westfield schools, after a Green Communities grant was accepted.
The Westfield Fire Department may be adding even more to their staff, after two individuals were given conditional offers of employment.