It’s cold and flu season, which means you may see some coworkers coughing and sneezing in the workplace.
Harvest festivals are as much a part of Western Massachusetts this time of year as the leaves falling from the trees.
Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis affects nearly 1 in 200 Americans, with 70,000 new cases in the U.S. each year.
Leftover household cleaning products contain poisonous ingredients, and many can’t just be thrown out in the trash.
22News found out how one local company hopes to bring more career opportunities to western Massachusetts.
First Niagara Financial Group will be closing 17 branches, 2 of which are in Chicopee and West Springfield.
The number of people experiencing homelessness is continuing to rise. That’s why Friday, at Springfield College, students took action.
A 22News I-Team follow-up now on an incident involving members of the Westfield high school football team.
Springfield city leaders are pushing to make new laws that will keep repeat violent offenders off the street.
22News spoke with Springfield Parking Authority managers regarding the rules of placing campaign material on parking meters.
The movie theater is re-opening after being closed for months. 22News found out how the owner plans to raise money to finish renovations.
Camera gets clear shot of robber’s face. 22News explains how that happened and what police need from you.
Police made a drug raid in Springfield. 22News found out how many bags of heroin were found in the house.
22News found out why adults are spending more than one billion dollars to dress up in a Halloween costume this year.
Many people in Springfield gathered to exchange ideas. 22News explains how the event is meant to make the region the center of innovation.
Sports fans have used laser pointers to distract players from an opposing team a couple of times in national leagues recently.
Governor Patrick’s administration started a statewide commercial food waste ban this month.