House Speaker Robert DeLeo said Thursday he was “outraged” to learn that state law did not protect people from people taking secret photos up women’s skirts. That’s being changed with a new bill that raced through the state legislature.
The plans to restore the Springfield Campanile will be announced in Springfield City Hall on Friday. Here are some of the details that will be discussed in the meeting.
The Baystate Visiting Nurse Association and Hospice have reached an agreement on a new contract with the Massachusetts Nurses Association for registered nurses.
A Springfield man was convicted Thursday in U.S. District Court for selling counterfeit goods. The man sold counterfeit goods out of a retail merchandise business called Main Source.
Here is video of members of Barnes Air National Guard Base in Westfield training and getting acquainted with the skies along the west coast of the country in Hawaii.
Mississippi has replaced West Virginia as the most obese state in the United States. Massachusetts is closer to the bottom of that list, sixth from least obese.
The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection has fined Cooley Dickinson Hospital in Northampton 8,000 dollars.
It’s a debate 22News has been following for more than a year. 22News is working for you with reactions from both supporters and opponents of the expanded bottle bill.
Facebook is now keeping a close eye on gun sale activities and will block teens from seeing posts or pages that sell guns.
The state’s highest court ruled on Wednesday that taking photos underneath a person’s clothes, like a woman’s skirt, is not illegal. Now state legislators are acting quickly to make sure “upskirting” isn’t tolerated.