A major par of July 4th celebrating is also a source of anxiety for many war veterans.
A driver was brought to the hospital in police custody, Thursday night, after he crashed his car in Chicopee.
The ‘no’ voter said the new budget undercut the state’s ability to break out of an ongoing opioid crisis.
An energy bill passed 39-0 by the Senate would require long-term contracts for at least 2,000 megawatts of offshore wind by 2027.
For the 2nd time in 10 days, someone threw rocks from an overpass on Route 5. 22News spoke with a woman who had a very close call.
Two men wanted in connection with a series of nighttime felony breaking and entering crimes were arrested Thursday morning.
CVS Pharmacy has agreed to pay millions to settle allegations that dozens of its Massachusetts pharmacies violated federal law.
22News explores where you can grill and swim in western Massachusetts this 4th of July holiday weekend
Record holiday travel could cause some delays for drivers this weekend. 22News found some routes to avoid.
Columbia Gas successfully stopped a gas leak at Mount Holyoke College, Thursday evening, after a pipeline was hit.
Police arrested two Holyoke men in connection with the murder of a woman over the weekend.
Springfield Police said they found a 24-year-old male from Springfield suffering from a serious stab wound at Skooter’s restaurant.
The former Adams resident is accused of attempting to use weapons of mass destruction, and providing support to a terror organization.
The ongoing construction on I-91 could affect where you park, and how you get to the fireworks.
Even though fewer students waiting to get into a charter school, the list is still pretty long.
The Arise for Social Justice Group hosted a workshop, Thursday night, to inform renters of their legal protections.
Sunscreens help shield you from the sun’s dangerous ultraviolet rays by reflecting the light away from your body.
The 5-mile pipeline is part of a larger, roughly $1 billion plan to expand natural gas capacity in New England.
A trailer of cheese worth tens of thousands of dollars was stolen from a parking lot in Oak Creek, WI.
There is a new product recall warning every day, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Officials now know where the attackers are from and who may be behind the operation.