A dangerousness hearing was held for WNE football player John Perry in Springfield District Court. The hearing will resume Friday morning.
Following the Florida State shooting, 22News found out what campuses in this region are doing to ensure student’s safety.
Reading is something many parents begin doing with their children, but it sometimes becomes less of a priority as they get older.
Governor Deval Patrick is proposing a major cut to local aid in order to close a budget gap, but he faces opposition from the house speaker.
Pres. Obama will address the nation Thursday night, and is expected to announce an executive order on immigration.
The Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities determines whether basic services rates go up or down.
Major media outlets are distancing themselves from Bill Cosby as a result of newly resurfaced allegations of sexual assaults.
A generous local businessman will be making the holidays a little bit better for some veterans in need.
Unemployed veterans were shopping their skills Thursday. 22News visited the Franklin/Hampshire Career Center for their veterans job fair.
The final steel beam has been put into place for the $15 million expanded Sister Caritas Cancer Center at Mercy Medical Center.
Thursday marked the 39th annual Great American Smokeout. 22News spoke with smokers about kicking the habit.
Winter is about a month away but we’ve already had some winter weather and it’s very important to look out for your pets this time of year.
Many WMass families prefer fresh turkey for Thanksgiving dinner. 22News visited one of the few remaining local farms that produce and sell f…
Prosecutors say that Paul Riccio of Springfield filed a total of 15 false reports with the EPA to cover up the fact that he didn’t do requir…
The woman who oversees business development at the Leavitt Family Jewish Home will now be the executive director of another facility at Jewi…
The ramp from I-91 northbound to Exit 6 is closed, and that was responsible for heavy delays during the morning commute.
Governor Patrick is seeking spending cuts to close a $330 million dollar state budget shortfall.