During these hot days, Holyoke children like to cool off in a splash park but the Springdale Park’s been dry for the past month.
22News found out how that has benefited both businesses and every-day people across the country.
Dry conditions caused the fire to spread on the ground in Greenfield, and firefighters were working to put out the flames Thursday afternoon…
Columbia Gas repaired a gas leak, early Thursday morning, on Mill Street in Springfield, .
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Northampton’s City Council preliminary election isn’t generating much excitement among voters.
After a one year absence, a Hispanic tradition will return to Holyoke later this month.
Massachusetts retailers say these amendments would help Main Street businesses compete against internet sellers and larger corporate busines…
Drivers waiting in line outside the RMV in Springfield, Thursday morning, didn’t appreciate waiting under the hot sun
Members of the Governor’s Council are elected to two-year terms representing eight different geographical districts across the Commonwealth.
Massachusetts is under pressure to begin issuing REAL ID-compliant licenses that eventually will be required for domestic airline flights.
The winner of the 2016 Ray Guy Award will be announced as part of the Home Depot College Football Awards Show, airing on ESPN on December 8,…
535 Eversource customers in the city’s Forest Park area were without power Thursday morning.
While a strong or severe thunderstorm is possible, heavy downpours and lightning are the main concerns.
A Cape Cod woman accused of striking and killing a UMass Amherst student in 2014 may plead guilty before the upcoming trial.
22News is working to make sure you’re prepared for this week’s potential heat wave with ways to stay cool.
UMass students working this summer to pay for college could face a higher financial mountain to climb in the fall.
Former Navy Housing property in Chicopee has been demolished, which means the solar farm project can now move forward.
Hatfield is the latest western Massachusetts town to issue a water restrictions this summer. There’s not enough water in town.
The 38-year-old quarter horse that died, was a champion cutting horse at one time, but had been retired for the last 15 years.