22News was on Beacon Hill where the UMass Medical School displayed ways they’re helping to make us healthier.
1. Do autistic children have special dietary needs? 2. Can diet help reduce hearing loss?
22News will be providing special coverage of the 2nd annual Ride to Remember, in honor of the state’s fallen law enforcement officers.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of Springfield’s Bright Nights holiday lighting display, and to mark the occasion, the annual City of B…
The YMCA of Greater Springfield and Smith & Wesson are partnering up to support a youth development program called Y-AIM.
Mass. State Police at the Big E helped parents feel more at ease about their children’s safety.
Secretary of State William Galvin will help Massachusetts voters better understand the four questions on the November Ballot.
Mohegan Sun faces financial peril after losing out to Wynn Resorts in its bid to open a casino in the Boston-area.
West Springfield police are still looking into what led to a two-vehicle crash that injured three people late Thursday morning.
Major League Baseball has scheduled a meeting with the players’ union to reach a policy regarding domestic abuse.
A Westfield man has lost his job after he was found to be stealing empty bottles and cans from his employer.
A loss of 5,000+ jobs in August and the state’s unemployment rate jumped, blame being largely put on “temporary employment disruptions”.
A freight train hit a van that was parked on the tracks in Wilbraham this morning.
The two congressmen who represent western Massachusetts split their votes on the issue of arming Syrian rebels to fight ISIS.
Baystate Medical Center is testing children with a respiratory-like illnesses for Enterovirus 68.
Wilbraham police are trying to figure out what led to an accident on the train tracks, in which a parked van was struck by a passing train.
Springfield residents are once again being invited to sign up for a free, 10 week class and learn how the City is policed.