The 22News I-Team answers some of the concerns a neighborhood has when a group home moves in.
There are no laws requiring notifying residents when a group home moves into a neighborhood.
Hundreds of drunk driving cases in Massachusetts are being held up in court. The 22News I-Team reveals what’s created this backlog.
Before your child takes their first steps, a thief could be applying for a credit card using your child’s social security number.
Find out if the state and homeless advocates have made advances in placing homeless individuals and families in more permanent housing.
After going through state records, 22News found out there are thousands of gas leaks that are going on, every day, all over Massachusetts.
The 22News I-Team reveals why the state may have to hike toll prices to make up for lost money.
The award is based on several criteria, including the audit’s impact on state government and resulting actions from the findings.
Students commended for reporting a fellow student had a toy gun.
One in 10 children are victims of identity theft. The 22News I-Team will show you the best ways to prevent your child’s information from bei…
When you buy ground beef at the store, you expect to get what you pay for. 22News I-Team discovered you may be spending more for less.
In a follow up investigation, 22News found out what’s causing increasing numbers of unvaccinated children in western Massachusetts.
The 22News I-Team received records showing millions of dollars of uncollected tolls currently owed to the state.
22News obtained state documents showing thousands of gas leaks across the state, many are several years old.
The 22News I-Team tested the fat content in ground beef from four local grocery stores. Find out the results.
The 22News I-Team traveled to the island where the state hopes to colonize rattlesnakes. See what our investigation revealed.
Medical exemptions require a doctor’s approval, but religious exemptions only require a parent’s say-so.
The 22News I-Team in-depth report researches the facts and talks to supporters and detractors to bring you the most current information.
The natural gas pipeline that was going to cross through parts of Berkshire, Hampshire and Franklin counties may not be happening at all.
Business owners say they have many positions open but not enough qualified applicants to fill those jobs.