A woman was rescued from a fire early Saturday morning in Springfield’s Old Hill neighborhood.
Even though Friday night’s big entertainment guest couldn’t make it to the Big E, it looked like the crowd was still having a great time.
MGM Springfield calls the Connecticut Tribal efforts to reopen their third casino siting process “a sham!”
Before the New England Patriots take to the field Sunday, F-15 jets from Barnes Air National Guard Base in Westfield will take to the sky.
22News shows you how New England’s Great State Fair started and grew to the huge attraction it is today.
The suspect allegedly told employees he had a bomb device that he would blow up unless they gave him what he wanted.
A new study is giving us the most complete look yet at the problem of opioid addiction in Massachusetts.
Crews have been working on laying the foundation for the casino for the past 14 weeks. 22News took a closer look of the work being done.
22News was on the fairgrounds for the Centennial celebration kickoff, and discovered how it’s become an annual tradition for thousands.
22News found out how a “gas leak drill” is helping emergency personnel prepare for emergency situations.
This year’s Ride to Remember will begin on Saturday. But a Watertown Police officer began his journey a day early.
The U.S. Citizenship and immigration services presented each candidate to the United States district court of Massachusetts Friday.
Bishop Emeritus Timothy McDonnell will celebrate the Mass, which is being held at the Court of Honor Stage Sunday morning.
Picknelly said that he fractured a vertebrae when he took a spill on the bike.
Valley Opportunity Council opened their newest early education and care center in Chicopee Friday.
The Food Bank has received a 125 thousand dollar grant from Stop & Shop. They will use it to expand their mobile food bank program.
One of the biggest improvements apple has made to the iPhone 7 is making it water resistant, previously a big problem for iPhone users.
Traffic was backed up from the Chicopee-Springfield line over the Connecticut River into West Springfield.
Fifty minutes after all the buildings at the fairgrounds opened, the Memorial Bridge, Memorial Avenue, and Route 5 were all backed up.
Military Appreciation Day at the Big E is actually the largest outreach event that the VA has in the entire country.