General Electric released the polychlorinated biphenyls, a probable cancer-causing agent, into the river from its transformer plant in Pitts…
A new development in an investigation the 22News I-Team first told you about on Monday.
The Mayor is looking for support from the city council to provide funding for a final site analysis.
State records show an increase in claims to MassHealth for methadone since 2009.
The former Executive Director and Chief Financial Officer of the Holyoke Geriatric Authority is suing the city and his former employer.
Consumers want to know why the state’s DPU Commission would allow increases that hurt people already struggling in the tough economy.
The 22News I-Team discovered a lawsuit alleging sexual harassment and age discrimination at the Western Massachusetts Regional Police Academ…
Many are switching electric companies. The 22News I-Team reveals what customers are finding in their final National Grid and Eversource bill…
The 22News I-Team obtained the legal complaint that accuses police instructors at the WMass Regional Police Academy of unfair treatment.
Springfield’s South End is about to get a face lift, paving the way for a casino. The 22News I-Team found out the new details of MGM’s plan.
22News has the latest update on the $260 million construction project on I-91 through Springfield.
The clock is ticking for the Hampden County Sheriff to find a new home for 175 residents. 22News I-Team found out why it’s taking so long.
Parents are upset over news the Curtis Blake Day School is closing. 22News found out why the school is shutting down.
Governor Baker’s inherited most of the problems he’s facing, but the impending I-91 construction project is one problem that won’t go away.
A woman found her mother’s grave buried beneath a big pile of snow; one day before the family was planning to gather there.
You’ve likely heard your child’s school has a “zero tolerance” policy. 22News I-Team discovered that’s no longer the case in many schools.
With a casino on the way and in an older building well past its prime, the owners of the market have decided it’s time to pack it in.