In celebration of Women’s History Month, and International Women’s Day, Springfield honored three women serving in elected office.
Lottery players have their chance at winning a lot of money this weekend between the Powerball and Mega Millions jackpots.
Republican Lindsey Esser launched her campaign Friday night at the Quaboag Country Club in Monson.
Mayor Will Reichelt of West Springfield and Mayor Bill Sapelli of Agawam were celebrity bartenders at a local event Friday night.
Between midnight Friday and 7 a.m. Saturday, parking is prohibited on Main Street, North Pleasant Street and Spring Street.
Residents will need proof of their U.S. citizenship or residency in order to renew or get a new driver’s license, an ID card or permit.
The Amherst Mammoths beat Montclair State Friday night, 51 to 40 to keep their unbeaten streak alive.
Jonathan Monson was charged with sexual exploitation of a minor, distribution and receipt of child pornography among other charges.
Governor Baker said the hangar upgrades will help keep the aircraft constantly ready to respond at a moment’s notice.
Amherst College women’s basketball team is going into the NCAA Sweet Sixteen this weekend undefeated.
Oksana Masters has two Paralympic medals in cross-country skiing, but has spent the past year and a half setting herself up for biathlon gol…
22News explains how shredding important documents can help avoid identity theft.
Amherst Public School employees got a lesson in diversity on Friday.
After making history in the 2018 Winter Olympics last month, Westfield’s Kacey Bellamy will be coming home with a gold medal.
Health care providers, recovery experts and loved ones gathered to discuss how substance abuse and eating disorders intersect.
22News discovered that this simple organism is trying to answer some complex problems.
Andrew Kurka makes his Paralympic debut in PyeongChang in Alpine skiing’s downhill – sitting event, where he is the reigning world champions…
The lawsuit came just hours after Gov. Scott, a Republican, signed the compromise bill Friday afternoon.
The park department’s Patrick Sullivan told 22News, repairs are the responsibility of MassDOT and he’ll be notifying them immediately.
Governor Baker, Senator Warren and Congressman Neil were all on the base for the hangar’s ribbon cutting.