Massachusetts Lottery officials say despite a dip in sales, net profit is actually up compared to a year ago.
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22News spoke with the Springfield hockey star about what he plans on doing next.
A combination of mild weather and a decrease in the price of natural gas has kept wholesale electric prices at their lowest level in years.
The residents of the building on South Summer Street in South Holyoke were all able to make it out safely.
Utility trucks lined the center of town with emergency management, and a state police helicopter surveying the damage from above.
The CPAC wrapped up today just outside Washington, but there was also a Republican gathering here in western Massachusetts.
Private First Class Brian Odiorne died in a non-combat related incident in Iraq. 22News spoke with family, friends and his former teachers.
The Town of West Springfield plans to condemn the River Street property for its alleged use as a long-term rooming house.
The Melha Shrine Circus said there was little to no interest in the ring without them, and the show must go on.
2/3 of those released from county houses of correction and more than half of those released from state prisons are back with three years.
Traffic on Interstate 91 through Springfield has been more difficult to get through with the ongoing reconstruction project.
Demonstrators gathered outside the city halls of Springfield and Holyoke Monday to draw attention to a variety of issues.
22News explains what would be provided at these schools and who would be able to attend.
22News explains what this century old, Springfield based company is planning next.
You could see a line of people taking advantage of the weather starting their day off at the car wash in Chicopee.
Registration fees are $35 per player and scholarships are available for families with financial needs
Officer Edward Connor and Sgt. Anthony Grasso have gotten their jobs back, but Officer John Moccio is still waiting for a decision.
More than 153-million individual tax returns are expected to be filed this year with the IRS; 4 in 5 will be prepared electronically.
A West Springfield motel is being closed for code violations, but it has some residents wondering what’s going to happen to them.
Community leaders are asking those that are cleaning up after the storms to not leave a mess in the middle of the road.