This year’s ride from Springfield to Boston is dedicated to State Trooper Thomas Clardy, and Auburn Police Officer Ronald Tarentino.
The state treasurer has a booth in the Massachusetts building, where you can find out instantly if the state owes you any money.
More than 800 members displayed what their companies have to offer.
There are concerns about the future of retail in Massachusetts.
Downtown Westfield continues to get a face-lift. 22News explains what’s next for the Elm Street Renewal Plan.
A school in Springfield received funding for their science and technology programs from a national pharmaceutical group.
Temperatures have been running about 10 degrees above average lately and the start of fall is only a week away.
We haven’t heard too much about El Nino or La Nina lately but that is about to change.
Tropical Storm Jose could move close to New England during the middle of next week.
The fair is focused on helping veterans connect with the services and benefits that they have earned.
Volunteers provided thousands of dollars of free labor to the bettering of their communities Friday.
Getting a college education isn’t cheap, and the cost is only rising. 22News lists options in paying for that degree.
The exhibit gives visitors to the fair a chance to embrace the characters that bring back memories.
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The gates to the Eastern States Exposition are opening for the 101st year of the Great New England State Fair!
Police haven’t said what caused the accident, or whether the driver has been cited.
The program provides emotional and social support for cancer survivors and caregivers.
Several residents attended a public meeting at Holyoke Community College to hear about the proposal to rebuild Exit 17.
One dollar from each pint sold will be donated to support ALS research, until the batch is sold out.
Neighbors told 22News they believe the garbage is dumped there by people who live outside of the community.