A federal lawsuit is accusing some big banks and credit card companies of preventing independent ATM operators from charging less.
The I-91 reconstruction project in Springfield has already begun, but you likely haven’t been inconvenienced just yet.
Supporters believe legalizing marijuana would eliminate illegal sales and would be a source of revenue for the state.
One man has been arrested, and police are still looking for a second suspect, in connection with an attack on a Chicopee bar owner.
With so many potential food donors on vacation, there are far fewer summertime food drives and less food to give to the ones in need.
The founder of Springfield’s “A Touch of Garlic” restaurant will be hanging up his chef’s hat after 22 years.
In a new national survey, the majority of African Americans feel they’ve been treated unfairly by police.
MGM is suing Connecticut’s top leaders. 22News found out how residents just over the Massachusetts state line are reacting to that lawsuit.
The state Attorney General’s office will review all submissions to be sure they meet constitutional criteria.
Two men from Springfield were wanted in Southwick for a variety of charges. One of the men was found in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
MGM asked the federal court to declare the law “invalid, null, and void in its entirety” and stop officials from abiding by it.