What better way to celebrate America’s birthday than to fire up the grill. But first, make sure your grill is safe enough to use.
At the kiosk, you type in your license plate number and can pay with either coins or a credit card.
More than 42 million drivers will be on the roads this weekend, so MassDOT is advising drivers to plan ahead to avoid delays.
In addition to dozens of treatment areas, the new ER will also provide an area for general surgery and even a weight management program.
22News is working for you with how boaters plan to spend their Fourth Of July out on the river.
You may want to think twice before you light up the night sky with a firework display of your own.
This year, more than 100,000 people are expected to gather for the annual fireworks display.
The U.S. Army Field band performed a free concert at Springfield’s Forest Park.
Grand Funk Railroad’s legacy has reigned over the Classic Rock landscape nearly 50 years – since the iconic band’s debut.
Low tax collections could create a budget shortfall of as much as a billion dollars in Massachusetts, meaning the proposed 2018 budget may n…
Springfield police recovered two weapons, 25 rocks of crack cocaine, and over $2,300 in cash during a raid on an apartment Friday.
The new hours will give a more consistent delivery of service and enhanced support for customers visiting service centers.
We’ll look at the local job market for youths, as well as programs that’ll help them find employment.
An LED called “Intellibulb” will stay on even if you loose power.
If you’re hitting the road this holiday weekend, check how much stuff you pack, overloading your vehicle can impact your wallet.
Towns all over western Massachusetts have moved their fireworks celebrations due to weather.
If you take medication and plan on traveling for the holiday, here are some helpful tips to make your traveling experience less stressful.
The Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission says that the Pulaski Polish Club’s former president allegedly tried to conceal the gambling.
In August 2015, Springfield Police arrested Swanie Burnett after he shot a man outside New York Fried Chicken on State Street.
Lawmakers are racing against the clock to get a final bill to revise Massachusetts marijuana law to Governor Charlie Baker’s desk.