A 75-year-old statue is missing from atop a tombstone at a West Springfield family grave site.
Tuesday is the first day the new “wipers on/headlights on” state law takes effect in Massachusetts.
As wild animals come out of hibernation, 22News is working for you with how you can keep your family and pets safe.
About $700 million in gaming and non-gaming revenues and 9300 jobs could be lost in Connecticut in the next several years.
22News explains why thousands of high school athletes could be at risk of preventable injuries.
Tax experts urge consumers to file early, protect social security number, and never give info over phone or email
Blaze is affectionate, loves his leisurely walks and hikes, and is at his best when he can warm a couch and snuggle with people.
The Springfield Health Department is demonstrating how public health agencies help improve quality of life.
With warmer weather and melting snow, potholes are a lot easier to see these days.
A new report shows that the U.S. economy is adding jobs, but not at the rate it was previously.
Mayor Domenic Sarno has asked for a review of the Hippodrome’s entertainment license, after a hip hop concert ended in gunfire.