Base commander Colonel Albert Lupenski will be discussing the most recent developments at Westover Air Reserve Base.
The proposed legislation would provide protections for animals sold in pet stores and the consumers who purchase a sick animal.
Two of the region’s newest mayors discuss their plans to tackle the issues facing their communities.
It’s what everyone was talking about last winter; high electric bills. The 22News I-Team reveals we’re still paying for last winter’s bills.
Did you know that your child or baby may be in danger every time you strap them in a car seat?
National Grid and Eversource refunded more than $3.5 million to customers who switched electric suppliers last winter. Where did that money …
Hear from law enforcement and health professionals about what’s being done to prevent and treat this dangerous public health issue.
Committees hope to move the bill quickly to the House for a vote by the end of January.
The State Ethics Commission concluded that Agawam Police Lieutenant Edward McGovern violated the conflict of interest law.
An attorney for Camille Cosby, wife of Bill Cosby, has asked a Federal Court Judge to postpone her deposition in her husband’s defamation ca…
Bill Cosby’s wife has been ordered to testify in one of her husband’s cases.
We all know that you can’t text while you drive. 22News discovered soon you may not be able to use your phone at all behind the wheel.
New regulations on how physical restraints can be used in Massachusetts schools took effect on Friday.
Westfield State’s new President starts in January. The 22News I-Team discovered how much money the school spent during the search.
This week on 22News InFocus, find out how to prepare to file your income tax return, get ideas on financial planning and tips on how to foll…
Tiana Lewis and Milford Lewis will be spending Christmas in prison. The couple is accused of having women they hired engage in prostitution.
Fifty-four percent of Massachusetts residents now live in one of 155 Green Communities.
The 22News I-Team spoke to MassDOT’s Secretary about the potential issues western Mass. drivers will face when the tolling system changes.
There are still plans for a new Registry of Motor Vehicles in western Mass. The 22News I-Team discovered it just may not be in Springfield.
The renovations to the Union Station in Springfield were proposed in 1988, and after years of delays, the project is close to being done.