22News found out if potential competition from Connecticut would impact the casino process or profits in western Massachusetts.
22News found out where the money will come from if the City Council approves the fund transfer for Mayor Sarno’s proposal to improve Spfld.
November is a good time to start prepping your car for the winter. A well-maintained car could prevent you from getting stuck in a storm.
A new app called “ClassDojo” tracks students’ performance for teachers, who can relay that information to parents.
Cooley Dickinson Hospital employees “took a swing” at the future of cancer care Monday, helping to build a new state of the art cancer cente…
Local chefs cooked up regional favorites in the first-ever “Food Fest Challenge”, created by the Greater Springfield Convention and Visitors…
Chicopee police are looking for your help to find three suspects wanted in connection with an armed home invasion over the weekend.
A Connecticut man has been sentenced to 18 months in federal prison for defrauding FEMA after the June 1, 2011 tornado.
The 22News I-Team investigated one highly addictive street drug that is starting to cost you thousands of dollars in care a year.
First on wwlp.com, MGM Springfield has paid the state its $85 million licensing fee
WMass households will soon be paying more for electricity. 22News spoke with one lawmaker to find out why prices are getting more expensive.
Governor Deval Patrick and officials from the EPA were in Amherst to announce a major grant for the university.
The U.S. Postal service is offering seven day service starting Monday through Christmas Day to compete with other package delivery companies…
It’s a sad statistic; nearly 2.5 million children each year are without a home. 22News explains why.
Nearly 1 million babies die every year because they were born premature. 22News reveals the new focus on this issue on the 4th Annual “World…
22News is working for you with the Pope’s travel plans and how residents are anticipating his arrival.
22News discovered Holyoke, Westfield and Chicopee residents won’t be paying more for electricity.