Gas and oil prices may be dropping, but electric rates are heading higher. 22News found out how that’s going to impact fuel assistance.
Homeowners are being reminded that there is financial assistance available for repair and replacement of heating and hot water systems.
A Western New England University football player has been held without bail after pleading not guilty to fracturing his girlfriend’s skull.
The famous Student Prince restaurant in Springfield will be re-opening, following months of renovations and upgrades. Here’s a look inside.
The State University System honored eight educators Tuesday, and one person from Westfield is being considered a “rising star.”
Following some high-profile incidents of school violence, teachers and law enforcement are coming together to discuss safety strategies.
Two full days into the launch of state’s new Health Connector website and state officials say, so far, things are going smoother than last y…
State health workers are calling it an “epidemic.” The 22News I-Team takes a closer look at who’s overdosing on heroin.
22News is working for you to explain why a series of fires this weekend in western Massachusetts could have been prevented.
22News found out if potential competition from Connecticut would impact the casino process or profits in western Massachusetts.
22News found out where the money will come from if the City Council approves the fund transfer for Mayor Sarno’s proposal to improve Spfld.
A new app called “ClassDojo” tracks students’ performance for teachers, who can relay that information to parents.
Local chefs cooked up regional favorites in the first-ever “Food Fest Challenge”, created by the Greater Springfield Convention and Visitors…
Chicopee police are looking for your help to find three suspects wanted in connection with an armed home invasion over the weekend.
A Connecticut man has been sentenced to 18 months in federal prison for defrauding FEMA after the June 1, 2011 tornado.
The 22News I-Team investigated one highly addictive street drug that is starting to cost you thousands of dollars in care a year.
First on wwlp.com, MGM Springfield has paid the state its $85 million licensing fee