From collecting hand warmers, to assembling emergency shelters, residents are mobilizing to keep the homeless safe in this bitter cold.
All you have to do is call the toll free number and they’ll pick you up from wherever your current location is.
New Years Eve weekend is one of the busiest of the year for local liquor stores.
22News is working for you with how to keep your pets safe during the cold weather.
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Claire’s is continuing to test some of the children’s makeup the company sells following asbestos claims by one mother.
Investigators say a barn fire that killed 24 horses at a Connecticut equestrian training and boarding farm started accidentally.
It’s one of the peculiarities of the Trump presidency and one of a long list of ways in which he’s changing the office.
An expert watching games from a central location will have the authority to alert sideline medical teams to look into an incident.
The local affiliate of the extremist Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the attack late Friday, saying it was carried out by a “…
The wounded person was taken to a hospital, said Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia, who described the person’s condition as stable.
The series will kickoff their 2018 season at Claremont Speedway in Claremont, NH for the Inaugural Memorial Day 100
The bitterly cold wind chills will be with us for the start of 2018.
2017 was a year of great celebration, new beginnings, and new controversies. But here in western Massachusetts, it began on a tragic note.
22News found out why the Springfield Rescue Mission is confident their donors won’t abandon them.
The state wants to make changes to its alcohol laws, which could result in you paying more for your booze.
It’s the first year the Northampton Arts Council is hosting the event, which attracts thousands of people.
22News caught up with a Springfield DPW crew in East Forest Park who were out all day in the bitter cold.
A former automobile manufacturing plant at 151 Chestnut Street has been abandoned for years.
A 3-year-old boy is to blame for starting the deadliest New York City fire in decades.