Three hundred thousand people get Lyme disease every year in the United States and Cindy Kennedy is one of those people.
Dozens of people took advantage of this mild Friday night to watch a screening of “Homeward Bound” on an inflatable screen in Forest Park.
A one-vehicle accident closed part of New Lombard Road in Chicopee Friday night.
If your child does get locked in a hot car, call 911 immediately.
State Representative John Velis serves Western Massachusetts and the country in more ways than one.
A newly passed law proposed by State Senator Eric Lesser makes it allows state institutions to save money by buying EpiPens in bulk.
Once the daily limit has been reached, the park staff will close beach access to all visitors for the remainder of the day.
Police are asking local residents to be extra careful because it’s impossible to trace and get money back once it’s gone.
A seaplane made a hard landing in New York’s East River with multiple passengers including the creator of “Scrubs”.
A British man and his young daughter have gained international attention for being fined for selling lemonade.
Two former top intelligence officials didn’t hold back their anger about Trump’s past disparaging comments about the intelligence agencies.
The competition draws sand sculptors from all over the United States and the world.
There are typically a lot of Batmen at Comic-Con, but only one was the subject of a star-filled tribute.
Gov. Baker signed a budget into law this week, and with it came more than $300 million in vetoes, impacting western Massachusetts programs.
A new executive order from Mayor Martin directs police not to ask about a person’s immigration status unless it directly relates to a crime.
Santiago was shot and killed while the two men were sitting in his BMW outside the Open Door Cafe in Ludlow in March of 2016.
The Northwestern District Attorney’s Office spokesperson says the toddler was almost two years-old.
It’s a Community Development Block Grant, and western Massachusetts will receive about one third of that money, approximately $13 million.
22News spoke to the mayor about his plans to put solar-powered speed indicator signs across the city.
22News details the improvements and how the park is now able to be accessed by everyone.