In just two weeks, help will be on the way for pothole-weary drivers here in western Massachusetts.
The states highest court ruled that taking pictures up a woman’s skirt is not a violation the law
The 13th annual 94.7 WMAS Children’s Miracle Network Radiothon to help kids at Baystate Children’s Hospital started Thursday morning.
A shocking Supreme Court ruling has one prosecutor calling for a revision of Massachusetts state law.
It’s controversial: the president’s plan to raise the federal minimum wage to more than $10 an hour. But people 22News talked to hope a higher minimum wage will mean more consumer spending.
Over 100 personnel and approximately 10 F-15 Eagles from the 104th Fighter Wing were deployed to the Joint Base Pearl Harbor in Hawaii for a two week training exercise.
It’s pretty difficult these days to drive anywhere in WMass without thumping your tires on a pothole, and while a lot of attention’s been focused on Riverdale Street in West Springfield, 22News found another road in West Side that may be much more dangerous to your car.
11 Hometown Heroes will be honored by the Pioneer Valley Red Cross later this month. Since 2002, the Red Cross has honored Hometown Heroes who have saved lives and helped improve the quality of life for others
March is the “National Problem Gambling Awareness Month.” 22News is working for you with ways on how to recognize if you, or someone you know, has a gambling addiction, and what help is available for compulsive gamblers.
Environmentalists proposed expanding the state’s 30-year-old bottle bill, which places a 5-cent refundable deposit on empty soda, beer and sparkling water containers.