The WMECo continues to receive complaints from customers about persons trying to falsely solicit money from them for payment of their bill.
This recent and significant drop in temperatures can affect things that we may leave inside our vehicles on a daily basis.
Frozen pipes can be a danger at this time of year, but so too can the effort to unfreeze them. 22News is working for you with ways to do it …
The cold winter weather has WMass residents venturing out onto the ice, but communities are warning that the ice may not be as thick as you …
Every year doctors see people come into the ER with snow removal related injuries that could be simply avoided.
We are now in the thick of winter. It stays dark longer and gets dark quicker and that can be making you feel depressed.
It doesn’t appear likely that people looking to spend April in Paris will be letting recent violence in France stop them from taking the tri…
Voters who do not feel economically empowered are much less likely to vote, a new study says.
Governor Charlie Baker is walking into a $750 million dollar budget deficit leftover from the Patrick Administration.
In what has become a fairly common occurrence, a truck has become stuck underneath a Holyoke railroad underpass.
Massachusetts voters passed several ballot questions this past November that may affect the economy and possibly your finances starting this…
22News is working for you with a look at just how much snow fell right during the middle of the morning commute Friday.
Heavy snow that reached its peak during the morning commute caused accidents and made for a long ride into work for many drivers.
Western New England University Campus Police learned Thursday night how to save as many lives as possible in “active shooter” situations.
The U.S. Olympic Committee chose Boston to bid for the 2024 Games in an attempt to bring the Summer Olympics to America after a 28-year gap.
Firefighters put out two preventable fires on Thursday; a mobile home in Springfield, and a damaged a shed in Southwick.
Elementary and Secondary Education Commissioner Mitchell Chester may consider placing Holyoke public schools under state receivership.