MassDOT announced on Wednesday it has received federal funding to invest in transportation projects throughout the Commonwealth.
The fight over a possible Indian Burial Ground reached Federal Court on Wednesday. The 22News I-Team got a look at the land in question.
Incidents in Longmeadow and Hadley highlight the importance of teaching children to be vigilant.
More than five years after the June 1st, 2011 tornado, construction on the new South End Community Center has finally begun.
The state is switching to all-electronic, and if you don’t get a transponder soon, you’ll be paying a higher rate to use the Pike.
The ACLU is challenging laws like those on the books in Massachusetts, saying banning ballot photos is a violation of freedom of speech.
If you thought it was hotter than normal this past summer you were right. 22News is working for you with just how hot it was.
Budget managers and economists are trying to determine if lower state tax collections are part of a larger trend, or just a short term blip.
There’s interest in building several medical marijuana facilities in western Massachusetts. 22News found out how it will impact the communit…
Hampden County has the highest foreclosure rate in Massachusetts, with one out of every 761 homeowners dealing with a foreclosure.
Less than 400,000 voters of the state’s over 4-million registered voters went to the polls in last week’s state primary.
Susan Egan served the City of Holyoke for more than 40 years, with 20 of those years being the city clerk.
Summer is not officially over yet, but 22News is working for you with why you might want consider getting your flu shot now.
The MassDOT announced it has received more than $65.1 million in federal funding to invest various transportation infrastructure projects.
Agawam Town Hall is expected to re-open for regular hours on Thursday.
The “all clear” has been given, after Columbia Gas crews and Springfield firefighters measured gas levels in the building, using meters.
The carjacking was first reported to Chicopee Police before 6 a.m. on Wednesday.
The state’s new all electronic tolling system is scheduled to go live at the end of October.
Plans are in the works to grow medical marijuana in Palmer. 22News found out it also involves several other western Massachusetts towns.
MassDOT has a plan to make your ride smoother through I-91. 22News explains how they’re going to ease congestion on the highway.