Asked if horseracing can stay alive in Massachusetts, commission chair Stephen Crosby said Thursday, “It’s been clear for years that there’s…
Long rumored as a possible successor to Attorney General Eric Holder, Governor Deval Patrick says he isn’t about to take the post at this ti…
Now that fall is here our attention starts to turn to what kind of winter could be in store. 22News explains some of the early predictions.
National Grid is raising their electric rates. 22News looked into the reasons behind the increase.
Dr. Rick Sacra of Worcester has become the third American to be released from the hospital after contracting the Ebola virus in Africa.
It has been two days since a police officer fired his service weapon during a traffic stop in Ware, but few details about just what happened…
After four full days of deliberation, the Springfield jury is still unable to reach a verdict in the case against Caius Veiovis.
Prosecutors won’t oppose a move by lawyers for Aaron Hernandez to suppress evidence against him in a 2013 murder case.
Food left on the stove caused a fire that forced seven people from their homes in Springfield’s McKnight neighborhood Thursday, a fire depar…
22News spoke with western Massachusetts residents on how they feel about the possibility of some people getting a raise.
Mass. is taking steps to prepare for major storms this winter. 22News explains how people living in the western part of the state could bene…
Seven Northampton businesses hope to win a rare available liquor license in the city. 22News explains the selection process.
The fall foliage season is just beginning. 22News explains how businesses are preparing for the peak fall foliage season.
More than 30 Security Forces members from the 104th Fighter Wing will deploy to Southwest Asia next week.
UMass football is finally back at McGuirk Stadium, and that is exciting news for businesses in the Amherst area.
Entrepreneurs and aspiring business owners were in Chicopee Thursday morning learning how to protect and grow small businesses.
The supplies are down, but the need is up at some Franklin County food pantries.