Visibility is down to a half a mile in most areas, with some locations dealing with even worse conditions.
Nathaniel Acevedo and another child were crossing Breckwood Boulevard around 7:15 Sunday night when they were hit by a car believed to be dr…
Big E neighbors told 22News they charge anywhere from five to $20 dollars for parking, depending on demand.
MGM posted more than 250 job descriptions for dealers, bartenders, and customer service personnel.
Detectives are still investigating to determine where some of the property was stolen from and the individual may face additional charges.
The jet stream, an area of strong winds high in the sky that helps to guide storms and separates air masses, has taken a major plunge throug…
Hundreds of NFL players kneeled to protest during the playing of the National Anthem Sunday.
22News explains why many of the island’s residents are staying put.
22News is working for you with how you can take of your yard in the heat
22News has partnered with the Red Cross and The Big E to collect donations at 5PM parade for hurricane relief.
Teachers and school administrators took steps to try to keep students cool in Monday’s record-breaking heat.
The yearly fundraiser will be held at the Sheraton Springfield on November 11.
Red berries from a nearby tree were crushed and smeared across certain words on the Mason Square monument. Police are now investigating.
We may be seeing summer-like heat, but some parts of the country have actually been seeing snow for the beginning of fall.
Local community leaders have formed a coalition to provide assistance to victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
Thousands and thousands of people attend the Big E every day, and with those big crowds comes a need for a big lost and found.
Police are looking for the public’s help to help them solve a crime that took place nearly two months ago.
Mayor William Reichelt says the town council will ultimately decide whether or not to allow recreational pot shops to operate.
If you hear loud booms, or even feel rumbling from blasts coming from Westover ARB, there is no reason to be alarmed.
The residents of the home’s three apartments were all able to get out safely.