WWLP, Channel 22 went on the air for the very first time 65 years ago on March 17th, Saint Patrick’s Day, 1953.
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The USA and Irish national boxing teams squared off in the ring as part of the the 2018 Northeast Boxing Tour.
Springfield Congressman Richard Neal was honored in Washington DC Wednesday night.
The Springfield Narcotics Unit seized 2400 bags of heroin and two illegal guns in a raid Wednesday afternoon.
The Amherst Mammoths beat Montclair State Friday night, 51 to 40 to keep their unbeaten streak alive.
If you have the winning combination you could choose the cash option and get a check for $207 million.
The Valley Press Club will award up to six, $1,000 scholarships to high school seniors in western Massachusetts and northern Connecticut.
A complicated Agawam intersection won’t be getting any less confusing any time soon, thanks to action taken by the Agawam City Council Monda…
Kacey Bellamy and her teammates from The USA women’s Olympic Hockey team will be on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon Monday night.
A Springfield Fire Lt. was injured when something exploded inside a burning garage at 14 Loring Street in the city’s South End Sunday mornin…
East Longmeadow Police said concerns were unfounded after a photo of a semi-automatic pistol was shared via text and social networks.
Unionized nurses of Baystate Franklin Medical Center agreed on Friday to withdraw their one-day strike notice.
In recognition of Heart Health Month, 22News is shedding light on the very serious condition of Aortic Aneurisms.
At least one person may have been hurt in a one-car crash in Hatfield Thursday night.
A Longmeadow man will serve six months in federal prison, and six months “home confinement” for hiding more than $2 million in a foreign acc…
Homeowners will now have through the end of 2020 to make qualified repairs to their home and until April 2021 to claim those repairs.
Agawam’s fire chief said a laptop battery started a fire that left three people homeless Wednesday night.
22News asked an investment expert to put a 1,200-point drop in the Dow in perspective.
Bill Brough Jewelers was a staple on Main Street from 1978 until 2014, when illness forced Brough to close his store.
The Northwestern District Attorney’s Office is investigating “an unattended death” in Ware.