Drivers are being detoured off a section of Meadow Street in Chicopee, due to a water main break in front of the Stefanik School.
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It can be the most rewarding experience of your life, and the need for volunteers is so high following three devastating hurricanes.
More than 7,000 people are still in shelters after hurricanes in the continental United States.
The coalition of 39 attorneys general will investigate whether drug manufacturers use deceptive marketing.
Your insurance premiums in western Massachusetts could go up to help pay for the damage caused by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
Gary Schara was arrested Saturday, September 16 in connection to the murder of Lisa Ziegert more than 25 years ago.
Hurricane Irma could be the first Category 5 hurricane to hit Puerto Rico since 1928.
The project to redevelop the former Western Massachusetts Police Academy property has been discussed since 2009.
Getting a college education isn’t cheap, and the cost is only rising. 22News lists options in paying for that degree.
The gates to the Eastern States Exposition are opening for the 101st year of the Great New England State Fair!
The bill is back on Beacon Hill for the 8th time in the history of the legislature.
Governor Charlie Baker signed a law that requires men and women to be paid equally for the same work.
The bicyclist is at Baystate Medical Center and is expected to recover.
The red “IT” balloon based on the movie released in theaters last week and the novel by Stephen King, was found in Palmer.
Hazelwood Ave. is closed to traffic from Laurel St. to Llewelyn Pl. in Longmeadow until around 12pm today.
The Granite State Pro Stock Series will be part of the Friday night racing at the 55th annual Sunoco World Series Of Racing.
Preece told 22News he is not surprised to be the point leader on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour.
If you were planning on booking a trip to some Caribbean islands in the near future, you will have to put your plans on hold.
American Red Cross entering phase two of the deployment process to help people in Texas and Florida, which are still active disaster regions…
The American Red Cross is calling for thousands of volunteers while the state is sending four teams of responders to Florida.