Residents raised their voices to stop the state’s automatic gas tax increase. 22News explains how you’ll have a say in the matter this Novem…
For the last 22 years, an army of volunteers have been quietly helping their hungry neighbors in western Massachusetts.
Many local residents are wondering if a casino would actually be successful here in western Massachusetts.
The plan is for Americans to serve as advisers for now, but they may accompany Iraqi troops on the ground in the future.
The Dept. of Veterans Affairs has announced the hiring of a new director of VA Central Western Mass. Healthcare System in Leeds.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission by a vote of 3-1 have picked Wynn over Mohegan Sun for the eastern Massachusetts gaming license.
The 22News I-Team discovered the homeless in Massachusetts are feeling targeted.
A “license to carry a concealed weapon” allows you to carry your gun outside your home. 22News explains how there are many restrictions.
Springfield police are hoping you can help them identify two men who allegedly took more than $700 from a register at Walmart, and then calm…
State and local officials met to discuss opioid addiction in Franklin County. 22News explains what is being done by the Opioid Task Force.
Campaign signs for candidates not on the November ballot are still out. 22News discovered there’s no uniform rule for sign removal.
Last month, 22News told you that drivers in Springfield were rated the fourth-worst in the entire country, but that’s not our only problem b…
22News gives you a look at new research showing why some of those tragedies could have been prevented.
Development officials hope the installation of new lights along Main St. will make downtown Springfield a more walkable place at night.
Gov. Patrick is on a trade mission in Europe with hopes of boosting job growth. 22News found out whether WMass might see more jobs as a resu…
Many children under the state Department of Children and Families come from neglect and abuse. 22News highlights a group of volunteers that …
On November 4th, voters will vote on a question that could repeal the state gambling law.