The developers of a proposed wind farm off the coast of Cape Cod have signed a lease agreement with the state to use New Bedford for staging…
A Boston man who forced a woman into prostitution, transporting her across state lines for sale, has been sentenced to more than 12 years in…
The chief of the Market Basket supermarket chain says the company’s 71 stores have already accomplished a remarkable turnaround thanks to em…
The Republican and Democratic candidates for governor are hitting the campaign trail.
The Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts is officially consecrating its new bishop.
A local automotive club is hosting a car show Saturday morning to give back to the community.
Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno announced on Wednesday that the second weekend of September is anti-bullying weekend in the city of Springfi…
Attention fairgoers… another way to get into the New Orleans spirit – by riding on a Mardi Gras float!
Saturday is the second day of the Big E, and there are lots of shows and events lined up for the day for you and the family to enjoy.
Police are investigating a kidnapping that reportedly happened near a Massachusetts courthouse, Friday afternoon.
The state’s child protection agency investigated a complaint of possible child neglect at the home where authorities found 3 babies’ bodies.
A Chicopee police officer has been placed on administrative leave after a restraining order was filed against him.
Medical Examiners continue to investigate the cause of death of Marissa Jackson. Her body was found in Amherst earlier this week.
Many local residents are still struggling with the death of Lt. Col. Fontenot. 22News found out people are continuing to honor his memory.
For the second time in three months, the City of Springfield has issued a cease and desist order to Ambrosia Lounge.
A pretty good crowd of people were walking on the Avenue of States for the first night, and first Friday night, of the Big E.
Some small businesses pay websites to delete customers’ bad reviews. 22News explains why eliminating online criticism is now illegal in Cali…