It’s that time of year when massive potholes start eroding the road surface, making for a bumpy and dangerous ride.
Riders will be wearing virtual reality headsets on the coaster, which bring them in the middle of an outer space battle.
Western Mass. colleges, high schools and middle schools are receiving more than $1.1 million dollars in life sciences grants.
As we age, the collagen we have breaks down making our skin more wrinkled and less firm.
Baystate Medical Center is lifting their visitor restriction policy after seeing fewer flu cases recently.
The City Council is holding a special meeting on Monday night concerning the storm and the city’s response.
Handling the changes to public records laws was discussed by officials from Huntington, Chester and Worthington.
Discussions are underway about the future of Gardner State Park in Huntington.
Massachusetts State Police suggest drivers should avoid traveling in the right lane at this time.
A Connecticut legislative committee approved two bills on Wednesday that would expand casino gambling in their state.
State Police temporarily closed the right lane after finding the vehicle had rolled over.
The 22News I-Team was at the crash site for two days and discovered Tuesday’s deadly accident wasn’t the first at that railroad crossing.
22News discovered how much it could cost to clear the streets of western Massachusetts after a snow storm.
The cleanup continues after a major snow storm dumped 18 inches of snow on the City of Springfield.
Several parking bans were still in effect Wednesday night, and ignoring them could cost you, or worse, your car could be towed.
Springfield Police Sergeant John Delaney’s work with the Ride to Remember has honored the sacrifices of law enforcement officers.
While it wasn’t officially a blizzard, our March nor’easter was the second biggest storm ever recorded at Westover ARB.
Residents on Sprague Street in West Springfield had a busy couple of days digging their cars out from under heavy snow.
Many restaurants in western Massachusetts were closed on Tuesday because of the snow storm, which cut into profits.
The Massachusetts State Lottery announced on Wednesday that two residents from the Pioneer Valley were $1,000,000 instant prize winners.