The Urban League of Springfield honored community leaders, Thursday night, who have made an impact toward building a stronger community.
The jerseys worn by Brady during this year’s Super Bowl and the 2015 Super Bowl were returned to Gillette Stadium, the FBI announced.
The Springfield Police Commissioner selected a retired judge to help decide the disciplinary for an excessive force case.
The shoplifting incident happened around 8:30 Sunday night at the CVS on Center Street in Ludlow.
Police say the alleged theft happened around 7:00 p.m. last Saturday at the Laundromax on Main Street.
Massachusetts lawmakers are bracing for the financial impacts of the American Health Care Act, if it passes.
A big announcement on Thursday from MGM Springfield’s competition. 22News reveals how Mohegan Sun plans to expand.
Governor Baker declined Thursday to weigh in on what he’d like to see happen with monumental health care legislation.
Jim Goetschius said a canoe was missing from his golden years, but he didn’t expect the community to make his wish happen.
One demand from lawmakers in the conservative Freedom Caucus was removing the federal mandate under Obamacare.
Attorney General Maura Healey is asking state regulators to ensure Eversource “is not over-earning at the expense of its customers.”
The operator of the state’s $90 million broadband network in western and central Massachusetts filed for bankruptcy in federal court.
Jurors have heard dramatic testimony from the girlfriend of a man who claims he saw Aaron Hernandez fatally shoot two men in 2012.
A man first convicted of three murders over a decade ago was resentenced, for killing a pregnant mother and her two children.
22News found out what you need to do if this happens to you, which happened to the Greenfield mayor’s Facebook account.
Springfield police say that the case serves as a reminder for residents to register their surveillance cameras with them.
Northampton’s DPW superintendent says their reservoirs are completely full. At one point, they were only at 54% capacity.
22News explains why some state lawmakers believe this could help the state combat voter fraud.
Chicopee police are reminding residents to lock their car doors, after a car break-in suspect was arrested Wednesday night.
Police say the suspect pulled a knife when the clerk at the liquor store asked for payment.