There was heavy traffic on I-291 eastbound in Springfield after two separate car accidents, early Monday evening, within 30 minutes apart.
When you go apple picking this fall, you won’t see so many on the branches; but there is some relief on the way for farmers in western Mass.
22News found out the Town of Southampton has been working with the fire chief to help him keep his position.
Dozens of Syrian refugees will be coming to live in Hampshire County. 22News explains how Northampton is preparing.
22News took a GoPro out on the highway, Tuesday night, and saw that multiple barrier strips have been knocked down.
MGM Springfield construction is on schedule, and you can see the parking garage finally taking shape.
22News has an update on Wally the Alligator, a six-foot long reptile that was removed from a West Springfield backyard this summer.
A Springfield attorney and Longmeadow resident has been nominated by Governor Charlie Baker as a Superior Court Judge
Four proposed charter schools have been invited to submit full applications, with a final decision on the proposals expected in February 201…
If your iPhone 7 is making a hissing noise, don’t worry, you aren’t the only one who’s hearing it.
The report ranked Massachusetts 46th in the country for campaign contributions from drugmakers.
The rise in student loan debt has created room for more schemers to get money out of you.
Americans with cars designed to take regular unleaded gasoline spend about $2 billion each year on higher-octane fuel.
If you’re a registered voter in Massachusetts, you can expect to find a red booklet in your mailbox this week.
22News went to Connecticut to show you where and how some of the best fruit wine is made.
Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture has reopened their emergency farm fund to help farms who’ve suffered economically by the drough…
The calendar may say September 20, but we have lately been experiencing temperatures that are more typical of August.
ConEdison put solar panels on what used to be a ten-acre “brownfield” site. The solar panels will generate clean energy to local homes.
Despite the dry conditions, the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce is expecting an increase in the number of tourists this year.
State lawmakers plan to take a closer look at the social and economic impacts of gambling.