A Springfield man was arrested this week for allegedly trying to fill a prescription for Oxycodone pills at a pharmacy on State Street.
When someone sues your city or town, you end up paying for it. The 22News I-Team uncovers the cases behind these sometimes large settlements…
Five out of the 20 fixtures tested at Granby Junior-Senior High School and the East Meadow School tested for lead above the “action level.”
Four employees were charged last month with assault and battery on a disabled person, while a fifth was charged with intimidating a witness.
George Perrot has maintained his innocence, decades after being sentenced for the rape of a 78 year-old woman in Springfield.
The lawsuit over the Happy Birthday song was settled this week, sending the iconic song into the public domain.
A hearing on the White House’s request for emergency Zika virus funding is held on Capitol Hill.
CNN investigates the murder of a beauty queen and the priest police and local residents say killed her.
Two larger-than-life big men and one of basketball’s most exciting little guys highlight the list of NBA stars who are eligible for inductio…
A Massachusetts Judge delayed the sentencing of an 80-year-old man who was running a multistate marijuana-dealing operation.
Shares of Expedia and TripAdvisor soared Thursday, even though the travel website companies reported differing results.
Many times, people become addicted to heroin after getting hooked on legally prescribed painkillers.
A federal judge ruled that Camille Cosby must give a deposition, but can refuse to answer questions about private marital conversations.
Arctic air is on the way to western Massachusetts and it could lead to some problems.
Surveillance video reveals information that caused an Amherst pizza shop to lose its food license.
These are the settlements and judgments in Chicopee from 2012-2015.