The full details of the bill can’t currently be revealed until the committee officially reaches an overall decision towards the bill.
The accident happened near exit 8 on the MassPike.
Water samples from several public pools and ponds and reveals the types and amounts of bacteria that you’re swimming in.
Hundreds of calls to police and you paid for it. The 22News I-Team reveals how often the police are dealing with calls from Walmart.
Easthampton is just one of several city’s that could enforce a plastic bag ban. 22News found out why, and whether it’s likely it’ll pass.
The announcement of the new professional basketball team in Springfield is expected to take place on Friday, on the steps of the City Hall.
If you do not have a transponder by the time the system launches in October, you will have to pay a surcharge.
U.S. Treasury Department could launch an investigation into CRRC, the Chinese railcar company opening a manufacturing plant in Springfield.
ZPT Energy solutions, a solar energy company, wants to cut down 12 acres of trees to build the panels at 53 Wilbraham Road.
The goal is by teaching students, they’ll have the skills to gain entry level positions when they graduate.
The extended hours are part of the Department of Conservation and Recreation’s “Summer Nights” program.
The RNC got off to an interesting start Monday, and now many voters are eager to see what the following few days will bring.
Kevin Jourdain is one of 42 delegates representing Massachusetts in Cleveland, and one of three from the western part of the state.
On Tuesday, the city renamed Falcons Way outside of the Mass Mutual Center, Bruce Landon Way.
Athlete doping could affect which countries are able to compete in the 2016 Olympics.
A new procedure will soon be offered at Baystate Medical Center to help treat the symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease.
Mayor Sarno and city housing officials announce the demolition of a fire-damaged property near the American International College.
No injuries were reported in the crash, but traffic remains backed up on I-91 through downtown Springfield.
A neighbor told 22News that she heard gunshots as she was walking down the stairs Tuesday morning.
When the driver got out of the car he allegedly had his fists clenched and was highly agitated, said Chicopee Police Officer Michael Wilk.