The “Trains in the Valley” group discussed the new Springfield to Hartford rail service.
The Better Business Bureau is warning of schemes that consistently come around every holiday season.
If you were out at all on Wednesday, you know it was frigid! It wasn’t just the cold temperatures, it was the strong winds.
With recent wet and freezing weather, this is the perfect conditions for ice dams to form on your roof.
An expecting father in Massachusetts has shown off his paternal glow with a pregnancy photo shoot.
Owners took extra steps to keep their inflatable lawn decorations from blowing away in the wind Wednesday.
The Jewish Learning Institute and the Lubavitcher Yeshiva Academy hosted their second Hanukkah celebration Wednesday night.
Narcotics detectives said they disrupted a large scale heroin distribution operation Wednesday.
MassDOT wants you to take a two minute survey about your commute.
Many people mistake Seasonal Affective Disorder for the Christmas Blues, but there is a difference between the two.
Thieves have targeted three prominent businesses, and one of them twice, in Northampton over the past three days.
22News spoke with a tax accountant, who says your taxes won’t be simple to file in the future.
If you didn’t get your bags of leaves picked up last weekend in Westfield, you can leave them out again this weekend.
Dozens of people gathered at the State House on Wednesday to celebrate the anniversary and recognize the Guard’s members.
Members of the Massachusetts National Guard could be getting a pay raise.
The meningitis vaccine is two injections, 28 days apart. University Health Services are reminding students to get that second dose.
A piece of mail circulating in Longmeadow is the subject of scrutiny.
The Commission plans to grant priority review to license applicants who have lived in areas with high rates of marijuana-related arrests.
The group “Victory 4 Veterans,” along with the American Legion and Indian Motorcycle presented the check Wednesday afternoon.
Students will need proof they were displaced, and still need to pay fees and other expenses, but the lowered tuition will be a big help.