A sister of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects has pleaded guilty to lying to officers investigating a counterfeiting case.
A disturbance call turned into something of a melee for officers attempting to break up a fight on Taylor Avenue in Westfield.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh says union members are highly motivated to vote Tuesday, and that will be a big help to Martha Coakley.
The major party candidates for governor cast their ballots shortly after the polls opened, and are now doing some last-minute campaigning.
If you live in Chicopee, Ludlow, Brimfield, or Wales and notice your cable isn’t working, you likely need to get a digital converter box.
A Springfield-based bank will soon be acquired by a bank from Berkshire County that has been expanding its reach in Massachusetts.
Authorities say two Leicester residents have been taken to the hospital suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning.
22News takes a look at what is driving voters in the Western half of the state to get out and vote Tuesday.
A video of the police interview with rape suspect Gregory Lewis was released publicly Monday after Lewis was arraigned in Worcester.
At least one child remains in serious condition at the hospital, after being struck by a van in Springfield’s North End Monday night.
Why don’t our local electronic highway signs display traffic updates or real-time info? The I-Team found out if we’re getting what we paid f…
A new report revealed exactly what kind of an impact the federal funding cuts made to military bases in WMass. 22News breaks down the report…
22News explains how the thousands of patients left without direct access to their physicians can get the help they need.
In Massachusetts, employers must give an employee up to two hours off to vote, if the employee requests it.
A number of middle-age to older workers are focused on saving enough for retirement, but there are other situations many need to prepare for…
A fire captain who brandished a golf club in a fight with trick-or-treating children on Halloween has been suspended with pay.
MassMutual has awarded a 15-thousand dollar grant to “Soldier On” to help place homeless veterans in supportive permanent housing.