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Residents in western Mass. sent 22News photos through firstname.lastname@example.org of the Harvest Moon on Sept. 8th, Monday night.
Fewer millennials have credit cards. 22News explains why there could be a downside to not having a credit card.
22News has new information Monday night about the Holyoke Teachers Union President who has said he was wrongfully fired in June.
22News found out the details of Ray Rice’s suspension and how serious domestic violence issues are across the country.
Home Depot confirmed that its payment systems have been hacked in a data breach that could affect shoppers who used credit and debit cards
Amherst Police is asking for the publics help in finding a woman who hasn’t been seen since September 5th.
Wilbraham Police have issued a warning after a dozen local residents reported receiving suspicious phone calls.
The relic of Saint Anthony has been around for more than 800 years, and now it’s in Springfield for a special visit.
The Wilbraham PD is reporting an increase in Operating Under the Influence arrests in 2014, especially with drug cases.
Miguel Gonzalez took a shutout into the 7th inning as Baltimore opened a double-digit lead in the AL East with a victory over Boston.
The New England Patriots offensive line couldn’t protect Tom Brady, and the defensive line couldn’t stop Knowshon Moreno.
Lawyers for former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez are asking a judge to suppress evidence from his cellphone.
Proceeds also will be used to expand student financial aid.