22News reported about the house last year when animal control had to rescue pets after the property had been abandoned.
The Department of Public Utilities is considering Eversource Energy’s proposal to raise electricity rates.
The Ware Police Department said the person in the photo was involved in a larceny at Ware Walmart.
Community members gathered for food, games and getting to know local law enforcement.
On Tuesday, Gov. Baker signed a law designating the first week of August as a time to honor Pete Frates.
Springfield Police Captain Richard Labelle told 22News officers received calls about a trailer fire around 8:30 p.m.
Members of the retail industry are planning to file petitions to put a question on the 2018 ballot that would lower the sales tax.
A boy was injured when his bicycle nearly collided with a pickup truck on Elm Street in West Springfield Tuesday night.
The eventful day kicked off at 2 p.m., with a brass fanfare at Tanglewood’s Main Gate and ended with a gala evening concert at 8 p.m.
Over the past three decades more people have had skin cancer than all other cancers combined.
Axon is offering Springfield Police a free one-year trial of body worn cameras, software and training as part of a nationwide launch.
Massachusetts legalized daily fantasy sports last year but only until July 2018, and are now looking to make it permanently legal.
Once again, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at a new record high on Tuesday.
The Princeton Review has once again ranked UMass at number one when it comes to campus food for the second consecutive year.
The sun is good for you, but it can also cause problems. 22News found out how to keep yourself safe in the sun this summer.
The start of every August will kick off Ice Bucket Challenge Week in Massachusetts.
Several cities and towns in western Massachusetts will join to celebrate the 34th Annual National Night Out on August 1st.
There’s a new experience each day of the Fair when you align your activities with The Big E’s special and state days!
The congressman was in Lee Tuesday to visit Berkshire Sterile Manufacturing, which makes medical supplies.
On what was supposed to be a vacation day in Newport, Officer Joseph LaFrance put his training to use to save a life.