This past June, Massachusetts saw its first year-over-year decrease in foreclosure petitions since 2013.
Pro baseball could be coming back to Springfield. Boston Red Sox AAA affiliate Pawtucket Red Sox is considering relocation.
Misleading pictures, extremely low prices and odd questions are a tip off that you might be getting yourself into a scheme.
The company went into business when Abraham Lincoln was president, but changes in industry finally meant the end for them.
The department has been busier than ever in recent years, but they have not been able to increase their ranks, until now.
The five year-old boy was rushed to Baystate Medical Center following Wednesday morning’s incident at Camp STAR Angelina.
22News first told you about 19 Queen Avenue in West Springfield last year, when animals were trapped inside.
Traffic is backed up for miles, due to construction work at the Brookfield Road overpass.
There is no mayoral election this year, but there are closely contested races for city council and school committee.
Demolition of the former Romani’s Bowling Alley on Church Street in Westfield will be starting next week.
The congressman had advocated for the restoration of the transportation center for decades, as a city councilor, mayor, and in Washington.
Some of the siding on the building melted due to the heat of the fire, but the store is still open for business.
The new guidelines include calling for help while checking for a pulse and adequate breathing.
One man could actually paddle a kayak in the flooded streets.
Stormy weather can affect swimming pools, both outdoor and indoors. During bad weather, a swimming pool can be a dangerous place.
22News went to the bridge and saw drivers slowing down to a near stop while going over the gaps.
The tax-free weekend was skipped last year because of budget problems and with the legislature on summer recess, it may be too late.
Neighbors said 19 Queen Avenue has reeked for months, and the city said they’ve started the process to address the odor.
22News spoke with Westfield residents about how the International Air Show will impact traffic in the area.
Officers stopped 30-year-old Jeffrey McGregor, who was driving a 2010 black Ford Fusion on Holyoke Street by Lawton Street.