Members of several state agencies shut down a home renovation project on Wilbraham Road in Springfield Tuesday.
The state already approved three casinos and a single slot parlor in 2011.
A lawsuit is still pending against former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling and other company executives.
A local high school’s athletic director was arrested this week. The I-Team has the details you’ll see first on 22News.
CVS fined for not providing their pharmacists access to the state’s Prescription Monitoring Program.
The 22News I-Team Working for You with links to resources to help resolve consumer issues.
Could there be an ancient Indian burial ground in the town of Shutesbury? The land owners attorney says no chance.
First on 22News, we now know where the new Springfield Registry of Motor Vehicles will be located in western Massachusetts.
Now that the Memorial Avenue rotary in West Springfield is finally done, the landscaping has been completely ignored.
The fire service line going into the Wilson’s Department Store building suffered a break and flooded the basement Thursday.
Gaming Commission, MGM and the city are working to find parking solutions for businesses in the casino construction area.
The grants will enable school districts and public higher education institutions to offer college experiences to students with intellectual …
According to the state, over 40,000 students are currently enrolled in the 81 charter schools in Massachusetts.
July revenues the highest month in 2016.
Environmental experts say the snake may have been looking for water.
MassDOT wants to launch All-Electronic Tolling on the Mass Pike. The 22News I-Team explains what decisions need to be made before October.
The 22News I-Team has new information on why Homeland Security investigators were at South Boulevard in West Springfield on July 29th.
A new state report finds 488 confirmed cases of accidental opioid deaths since January, most from fentanyl.
Thousands of Massachusetts residents have had consumer complaints resolved through state protection programs.
City Solicitor Ed Pikula said that the city will provide any records requested by law enforcement, and will cooperate in any investigation.