Hampden County residents are bringing holiday cheer to children around the world.
If you plan to eat or shop in downtown Springfield Thanksgiving weekend, parking shouldn’t be a problem.
Buildings shone bright in white light in Springfield Tuesday night to bring awareness to lung cancer.
Gambling money will begin flowing into local government coffers in earnest now that the state’s casino law survived an Election Day repeal e…
The 22News I-Team traveled out to Boston to find out what the state is doing in response to the spike in overdose deaths.
Some parts of western New York could see up to 60 inches of snow over the next couple days.
On another cold November day you may already be risking some expensive repairs or costly heat loss as we head into winter.
Longmeadow residents will decide on how tax money will be spent, and made, in town.
The Department of Public Utilities gets the final say on how much you pay for electricity.
Coach Derek Kellogg is the state’s highest paid employee making just under $1 million a year
State leaders and educators say school safety is a top priority. 22News found out what they’re doing to keep your kids safe.
Some seniors are having a harder time understanding their Medicare benefits because those benefits are not stated clearly on many government…
In the past decade, an increasing number of people have been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer; a condition that is usually deadly.
54% of Massachusetts residents surveyed said they have or have had a member with mental illness
Diners will be able to enjoy a meal at Springfield’s iconic Student Prince restaurant next week.
A federal agency is conducting a search at a former National Guard firing range for old grenades and mortars.
If there’s something about your bank that bugs you, you’re not alone. 22News explores which alternative customers are choosing, and why.