Social Security is on track to go broke. That is why it may be more important than ever for young people to start saving.
Captains from the department also participated in workshops on race and community relations and how to de-escalate situations without force.
The American Cancer Society estimates that there will be a quarter of a million new cases of invasive breast cancer this year among American…
Prescription pills can be difficult to get rid of because you can’t throw them in the trash, or flush them down the toilet.
An audit by the federal government claims the City of Springfield mishandled disaster relief funding given after the June 2011 tornado.
An arrest warrant was issued this week for a suspect in the deadly shooting in Amherst last weekend.
October is National Bullying Prevention Month and the Granby Police Department wants to bring awareness to everyone.
It can be hard to tell the difference between a real firearm and an air gun. 22News explains some of those differences.
The NFL isn’t seeing as many viewers as it has in the past. 22News explains what might be causing the drop.
The flu season is coming, and flu shot clinics are beginning in several communities.
Ware Police Department received a a grant to cover the cost of a new bite suit, a hidden sleeve, and a set of protective gauntlets.
Drought levels in Western Massachusetts range from “Moderate” to “Extreme” in some areas.
Not one, but two “creepy clown” sightings were reported Wednesday night in Hampden County.
Currently, rape kits and other forensic evidence can be destroyed after six months.
Refugees are coming to Northampton in January. They’ll need a job and a place to stay, all while learning how to speak English.
Students gear up for a healthy school year by celebrating their enhanced breakfast program and new recess equipment.
All lanes are now open following the tractor trailer crash.
The event explored how to have a vibrant and safe nightlife for students of all ages that is free of dangerous drinking.
Dozens of refugees are coming to live in Hampshire County. 22News explains how Northampton is preparing and how you can help.
Voters in one western Massachusetts house district will consider a non-binding question dealing with the age to drink beer and wine.