Governor Charlie Baker signed a law that requires men and women to be paid equally for the same work.
The Big E will be the site of the “Chalice of Salvation” Mass, Sunday, Sept. 17 at 10am. The Mass, televised live on WWLP-22News.
Police said officers tried to stop the orange motorcycle for traffic violations but the motorist drove off at a high rate of speed.
MassDOT assured residents that despite the detours and ramp closures, the project will come to an end in the coming months.
Dr. Gregory Gallivan has been memorialized with a decorative glass wall at the Mercy Medical Center surgical suite.
For the past two years, he worked in the corporate offices of Mercy’s parent company Trinity Health, in Michigan.
You’ll float down here… in western Massachusetts too! The red balloons keep popping up across the state.
Approximately 50 airmen from Westover Air Reserve Base have been deployed to Florida to help in the relief efforts from Hurricane Irma.
Police said the suspect contacted an elderly woman claiming her grandson was in jail and that he needed money to bail him out.
Springfield College jumped two spots from last year, coming in at 25 in the first tier in the “Best Regional Universities-North” category.
Under Massachusetts law, your premium should not increase if you have an accident that causes less than $1,000 in property damage.
V-One Vodka Craft Cocktail bar is introducing a brand new Deep Fried Martini creation at the Fair with a tropical twist.
Federal funds and a $2 million fundraising drive will help build a new library on Surrey Road.
Reducing the unemployment rate, and helping neighbors live in a healthy home. That’s the goal of a new workforce training program in Springf…
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The 22News I-Team has new information about why the state is investigating a Jewish Nursing Home in Longmeadow.
The initiative was created to provide money for Massachusetts high schools to expand ‘Credit for Life’ and financial education fairs.
The city has big plans for $1.6 million that they received from the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Springfield, already home to two Eversource solar plants, will soon be home to its third and largest universal solar plant.
The market has done so well in the past that their season has been extended until December.