The Affiliated Chambers of Commerce of Greater Springfield hosted a “speed networking” event Wednesday night.
The Western Massachusetts Green Consortium holds “Green Night Events” once per month at the Clarion Hotel in Northampton.
A plan by the state to move homeless families out of hotels has caused new problems for the city of Springfield, Mayor Sarno says.
The rough patches on the elevated portion of I-91 could soon be repaird. 22News is working for you with an update on when roadwork could beg…
The Amherst-Pelham Regional School District is facing a more than $900K budget gap. 22News found out teachers jobs could be at risk.
Low risk defendants are often locked up as they await trial, just because they can’t afford bail.
Charles DiRosa of Chicopee, who wrote on his own Facebook page, “Put Wings On Pigs,” will serve community service.
Bail has been set at $100,000 for an accused rapist from Springfield who was caught by U.S. Marshals down in Georgia.
Ludlow police say there have been more than 50 car break-ins in town over the last couple months, and residents should take precautions.
“Re-fis” aren’t just for homeowners; the City of Springfield could save more than a million dollars by refinancing its debt at lower interes…
The people who were forced from their homes and businesses after the collapse of the Essex House in Holyoke will soon be able to go back.
You’ll notice some major changes this year on your tax forms. 22News is working for you with what you need to know about the changes.
The NTS Board has listed its top safety priorities for the year. 22News discovered what these priorities are and how they’ll affect you.
The average household has about a 275 gallon tank. That takes just under $500 to fill up, and will last people about six weeks during the de…
Are you willing to pay more to drink less? 22News tell you why smaller size soda cans are growing in popularity.
Falling gas prices were not enough to get shoppers spending this holiday season. 22News explains why there was a drop in retail sales.
Author and economics professor Andrew Zimbalist will discuss Boston’s 2014 Olympic bid with opponents of the idea.