We know driving an electric car may be better for the environment, but consumers still have questions about what “going electric” really mea…
The large tree cracked at its base and fell onto the house on Longmeadow Street, causing significant damage to the roof.
Currently, defendants have the right to appeal if they feel bail has been set too high.
Governor Baker said if lawmakers are unable to come to a resolution, he may enact the voter-approved law as it stands.
A bicyclist was hit by a car in Southwick Wednesday afternoon. Southwick police and fire closed College Highway for several hours.
Weather caused traffic concerns for drivers early Wednesday. Severe flash flooding forced River Street, to look more like a “River.”
One dog owner said it’s not only sanitary, but neighborly, to clean up after your pet.
Traffic will be detoured from East Columbus Avenue starting at the Hampden Street intersection as crew member’s work on concrete pours.
Pete Frates’ family posted on their Facebook page Wednesday evening that Frates is home.
The Supreme Judicial Court’s finding Wednesday upholds a lower court ruling and arbitrator’s finding that Officer David Williams was wrongly…
The proposal would take effect for incoming freshmen in 2018. It aims to ban groups the committee says have had a “pernicious influence on u…
The strike by Tufts Medical Center nurses started at 7 a.m. Wednesday with picket lines outside the hospital.
MBTA says the problem at Boylston Station led to the suspension of service Wednesday between Government Center and Arlington Station on the …
State Lawmakers have filed a bill to ensure patients won’t have to pay more out of pocket when using their insurance for medication.
The state’s budget conference committee made about $150 million in spending cuts to MassHealth in the FY18 budget.
Here is a look at some damage in our area, reported by trained weather spotters or over amateur radio.
The East Longmeadow food bank and American Red Cross are suffering from donation shortages.
During a storm, indoors is the safest place to be.
22News was there as the volunteers and city workers made renovations to a century-old flag complex.
West Springfield State Senator Jim Welch filed a bill to require pharmacists to tell you how much you would pay for your prescription medica…