Hundreds of people sat down to dinner Friday night to toast the man who will lead this year’s Holyoke St. Patrick’s Parade.
It’s been 30 years since tolls have been collected on Conn. highways. 22News found out this may soon change and impact Mass. drivers.
Governor Baker is betting a box of Koffee Kup Boston Cream Pie cupcakes that the Patriots will beat the Indianapolis Colts Sunday.
The Postal service wants to leave the first class “forever” stamps at 49 cents.
There are several hundred vacant homes throughout Springfield. 22News found out what kinds of public safety risks these homes can cause.
A woman who brought her car to a stop too close to a train had the vehicle dragged for a brief time Friday afternoon.
A woman was brought to the hospital after police and firefighters got her out of a storm drain near Roosevelt Avenue Friday afternoon.
State lawmakers had until 5PM Friday to file what they consider to be high priority bills. The issues they focus on will set the tone for th…
Viewers who say they continue to get unsolicited phone calls from telemarketers, even after signing up with the National Do Not Call Registr…
22News explains how drivers in Massachusetts are more financially protected than other parts of the country.
Local hospital emergency rooms are filling up with people suffering from respiratory illnesses in this particularly tough flu season.
The period after New Year’s Day is often a difficult one for the local Food Bank, but that doesn’t seem to be the case this year.
A Westfield man has been sentenced to several terms in state prison.
Gov. Baker is promising to unveil a plan soon to address a deficit in the state budget for the current fiscal year that ends June 30.
The state approved Worthington’s withdrawal from the Gateway Regional School District but a counter to that decision is moving forward.
This week on 22News InFocus the topic is how to invest your money and make it work for you.
A family of four from Berkshire County is accused of being behind more than 130 break-ins from western Mass. to Cape Cod.