22News went to the Sugar Shack in Hadley, Friday night, to meet with Jay Gonzalez, a Democrat running for Governor.
A U.S. Marine whose house in Granby was damaged by a fire in December was honored at a hockey game in Medford, Friday night.
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health has warned pet owners leptospirosis is on the rise.
A man accused of killing his own father was brought back to Massachusetts, more than two months after police arrested him in New Jersey.
Unemployment rates fell sharply in 10 states and rose significantly in Massachusetts, with little change in the other 39.
The state’s total population was 6.8 million in July 2016, a four percent increase since 2010.
James Morales escaped from a Rhode Island prison and was on the run for five days, which authorities now say was preventable and inexcusable…
A 1-year-old was killed when a vehicle struck her stroller as her mother walked the stroller across a New York street.
153 cities and towns, including Greenfield, participated in a state-funded test of the school system’s water fixtures.
22News explains what Massachusetts lawmakers are doing to give back to those who put themselves in harm’s way.
It’s illegal, but you see it all the time. Drivers who use the passing lane as a travel lane. 22News shows you drivers breaking the rules.
Kelsey stunned UMass Amherst on Thursday when he decided not to take the job he agreed to as the head coach of the men’s basketball team.
Chicopee Police need the public’s help in finding a 62-year-old man who has been missing since March 22nd.
Hendricks Mario Berdet is accused of having the women work at hotels and homes in Springfield and several other communities.
The 20-year-old man was arrested on an outstanding arrest warrant issued by the Eastern Hampshire District Court.
Springfield police say that they had just arrested the same suspect on heroin charges two months ago.
The operators pleaded guilty to tampering with emissions equipment and submitting false reports.
MassDEP says the improper discharge of fluid happened over the course of several months and ended in June 2016.
22News found out the issue appears to be a matter of safely clearing the land for the project in Monson.
It’s no longer necessary to wait for “National Drug Take Back Day” to get rid of unwanted prescription medications.