Many western Massachusetts residents will join tens of thousands of runners this year at the Boston Marathon start line. 22News spoke with a Mount Holyoke College senior who will be running her second Marathon.
Prosecutors have filed a child pornography charge against a fifth grade teacher they say acknowledged secretly videotaping children changing clothes, including in a locker room.
Agawam Police are investigating a accident that took place on Southwest Street in Feeding Hills where a man was hit by car around noontime Thursday.
22News reporter Kaitlin Goslee went flying on Thursday, with the Massachusetts State Air Wing crew that played a critical role in capturing the second marathon bombing suspect.
Casino giant MGM has asked the Massachusetts Gaming Commission to award it a temporary license so it can begin construction on their $800 million casino in Springfield.
After some above normal temperatures earlier this week winter made a return. On Wednesday many of us woke up to a coating of snow and Thursday morning it was the cold.
95% of Lyme disease cases reported in 2012 came from 13 states, including Massachusetts. 22News found out about an initiative aimed at targeting Lyme disease at its source.
With student debt about to top $1-trillion dollars nationally, state lawmakers have some ideas about how to lessen the burden for students.
The Massachusetts State Police will use four helicopters to protect the skies over the Boston Marathon route, and 22News reporter Kaitlin Goslee went for a ride in one of those helicopters Thursday.
22News reporter Kaitlin Goslee traveled to State Police headquarters in Framingham for a first-hand look at how troopers plan to use air coverage to keep the Marathon safe.
22News reporter Kaitlin Goslee traveled to Framingham Thursday,where she flew in one of the helicopters that the State Police Air Wing will be using to provide security for the Marathon.
The Northwestern District Anti-Crime Task Force served a search warrant in Amherst on Tuesday, arresting two 20-year-olds and seizing psilocybin mushrooms, LSD, and marijuana.
Drivers may soon notice an improvement on the local roads. 22News explains how communities plan to use their portion of the transportation funding.
A man from Ware who prosecutors say collected social security disability benefits while working an $80,000 per year job under another man’s name has pleaded guilty to a theft charge.
An associate of former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was arrested in a gun trafficking investigation related to the murder case against Hernandez.
Eight million people have signed up for health care through new insurance exchanges, President Barack Obama said Thursday, besting expectations and offering new hope to Democrats who are defending the law ahead of the midterm elections.
It’s National Library Week!! 22News visited a Franklin County library and found out how they’re able to keep people reading.
Attorney General Martha Coakley’s campaign committee has agreed to pay nearly $18,000 to charity as part of an agreement with campaign regulators over payments made with federal committee funds.
Despite a sunny day today, flooding is still occurring along the Connecticut River. The 22New Storm Team shows you a few areas where flooding continues to be a problem.
The makeshift memorial that grew by the hour in the days following the Marathon bombings has been recreated as the “Dear Boston” exhibit, a salutation to the city so many hold dear in their hearts.