A cool night could not keep the crowds down on the eighth night of New England’s great state fair.
Veterans gathered together across the country Friday for National POW/MIA Recognition Day.
The Food Pantry held their first ever, and what they are hoping is their first “annual” fundraiser on the campus of Westfield State Universi…
NFL Commissioner Goodell spoke publicly for the first time Friday since the release of that disturbing video of Ray Rice punching his fiancé…
The Southwick Planning Board is waiting to approve changes to a solar project behind Big Y until a site visit takes place.
A 65-page report from Boston’s former police commissioner said there was not enough planning and a premature use of pepper spray.
A Springfield jury will be deciding the fate of Caius Veiovis, one of three men accused of a 2011 triple murder in the Berkshires.
Attorney General Martha Coakley’s office has filed a lawsuit against the now-closed Ryder Funeral Home in South Hadley.
Self-driving cars could be on the roadways in as soon as five years, but not everyone thinks it sounds like a safe idea.
Here is a 22News follow-up to an accident involving a freight train and a parked van in Wilbraham.
Chicopee Police have arrested two men wanted for allegedly breaking into two separate places in the City.
It turns out that quite a few people feel bullied in the workplace. 22News reveals who’s more likely to be the target for intimidation.
The town of Greenfield is working to rejuvenate its downtown area and building benches is part of the effort.
Northampton’s fire department has become the first in the state to bring medical equipment aboard its engines, so they can be called in to h…
As the days get shorter, it’s becoming more difficult to see animals in the road.
It sure wasn’t one of the hottest summers we’ve ever had. In fact we only reached 90 degrees six times and that was in July and September. W…
The official start of fall may be just a few days away, but there is already a lot available at area farm stands.
The new Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are being sold in stores Friday, and millions of people around the world have already pre-ordered them.
Tens of millions of people use the internet every day. Now, a ban that prevents the taxing of internet use is expiring soon.
Associated Industries of Massachusetts (AIM) is a community of Massachusetts employers working to improve the business climate in the state.