You can never be fully prepared for a terrorist attack. 22News discovered what lessons we’ve learned since 9/11.
The 4th annual Veterans Affairs mental health summit was held in Holyoke on Monday.
A Northampton restaurant has found a way to help cover meal costs for its poorer customers.
Gulluni and members of his staff dropped off school supplies at the beginning of the year-long Adopt-a-Class program.
Gerena School students today began a three day field trip for an experience they can’t get in the city.
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He was taken to Baystate Medical Center where he later died.
Police said the Post Office was extensively damaged and the Belchertown building inspector was called to examine the damage.
Police say they determined Banister shot himself when he mishandled a gun at a friend’s apartment.
A Patriots spokesman says the field wasn’t up to the team’s standards, even though it met the safety requirements for the NFL.
Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan told reporters Monday that the bat “may have been used” in the killings Friday.
The payment is the largest civil forfeiture in the 44-year history of the state’s Office of Campaign and Political Finance.
Fifty members of the 439th Airlift Wing are headed to Florida to assist with recovery operations following Hurricane Irma.
You may have heard a lot about storm surge over the last few days. 22News Storm Team Meteorologist Jennifer Pagliei explains the cause.
BOSTON (AP) — A New York-based group that backed last year’s charter school ballot question has paid more than $425,000 as part of a campaig…
A lack of high-speed Internet access is making it difficult for one man to sell his home.
LAWRENCE, Mass. (AP) — A Massachusetts man who prosecutors say was behind the wheel of a vehicle that hit and killed an 11-year-old girl and…
Residents from across western Massachusetts came together on the 16th anniversary of the attacks to promote a message of love and hope.
The beginning of fall is only two weeks away, and many people are already noticing a changing of the colors.
Hundreds of mourners are expected in Suffield, Connecticut over the next two days to honor a 26-year-old sailor killed.