State Police Dive Team members and Gill Police recovered a decomposing man’s body from the Connecticut River in Gill, Monday night.
It took about 10 hours for crews to restore power in Ludlow, Monday morning, after an allegedly drunk driver hit a utility pole.
A man from Windsor was arrested Sunday morning, during a traffic stop in Greenfield. The passenger in the car had a “medical emergency.”
After a woman struck a tree off the Mass Pike, causing her car to catch on fire, a trooper broke her car window and dragged her to safety.
An assisted living and rehabilitation facility in Wilbraham may have lost its flagpole, but it’s not without a patriotic display.
A 93-year-old veteran received a special recognition, having to do with some pretty impressive medals that he’s getting a second time around…
The government agency insists it’s less to do with fixing the negative publicity of the past and more to do with focusing on its future.
The speech begins with a quote by education reformer Horace Mann and references influential African-Americans.
Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton is planning a fundraiser in Boston with rocker Jon Bon Jovi.
The Cincinnati Zoo’s director defended the decision to kill a gorilla to protect a boy who entered its exhibit, noting it’s easy to second-g…
The male-dominated video game industry is changing as more women develop games, play games and take jobs reviewing games.
Saturday Night Live” alums Maya Rudolph and Martin Short are getting together for a new variety show.
Baker traveled to western Mass. to pay tribute to soldiers killed in combat, but to also let their families know they will not be forgotten.
22News is working for you with the ceremonies and parades that continued on anyway on Memorial Day.
Five years after a devastating tornado, Hollow Road in Brimfield is no longer a tree-covered hillside.
Springfield police are looking for a black car that hit a 52 year-old man on Sumner Avenue Sunday night.
Memorial Day is considered the unofficial start of summer, but it means so much more. 22News explains what this somber holiday represents.
Though the parade was rained-out, Holyoke veterans and other community members still honored our nation’s war dead Monday.
The audience was moved to tears during when a student recited a speech about her late grandfather, who was a veteran.
Ware residents cheered and applauded their veterans, and silently honored the veterans who never came home.
Several western Mass. communities canceled their traditional Memorial Day parades Monday, but Belchertown was not one of them.