The Governor’s budget office says that the decision is based on cost cutting measures.
A controversial tape of a Springfield police detective is allowing more alleged criminals to avoid jail time.
Detective Gregg Bigda was suspended for 60 days, after being caught on camera threatening three teenagers.
A Springfield police detective has been suspended. The 22News I-Team found out why his actions may lead to dozens of criminals avoiding jail…
Supporters believe the measure will provide humane protections for animals raised for eggs and slaughter, while many opponents say that thes…
The state still has plans to put rattlesnakes on Quabbin Reservoir land. The 22News I-Team explains why the state has promises to keep.
The fight over a possible Indian Burial Ground reached Federal Court on Wednesday. The 22News I-Team got a look at the land in question.
Police Chief Leonard Campanello was recently honored at the White House for his work battling opioid addiction.
More than five years after the June 1st, 2011 tornado, construction on the new South End Community Center has finally begun.
A closed down psychiatric hospital is costing us big bucks. The 22News I-Team uncovers how much we pay for the Monson Developmental Center.
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.