You might be tempted to head over the border for Connecticut’s sales tax holiday, but you wouldn’t be saving as much as you might think.
The Franklin County Sheriff’s Department has received a $545,000 grant from the state Department of Energy Resources.
The mother of basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal attended a worship service and inspired a young audience at the Basketball Hall of Fame.
Dozens of cats and dogs were adopted from the Springfield and Franklin county locations.
The much talked about solar eclipse is here. The 22News Storm Team has the information you need for your viewing.
In Western Massachusetts Monday’s eclipse will start at 1:25 in the afternoon.
The pedestrian who was hit and killed by a car on Route 9 in Belchertown Thursday night has been identified.
The jackpot hasn’t been won since June, and Saturday’s Powerball drawing caused many people to take a two dollar chance at a dream.
This was the 15th annual event of it’s kind where participants displayed talents and their Polish roots at Pilsudski Park in Holyoke.
Residents told 22News that they agree with the policy and that public officials should set a proper example for the city in which they serve…
Construction, roadwork, and MGM’s off-site roadwork will cause some traffic pattern changes and delays on multiple roads downtown.
A resident spotted the bobcat in the area of Lower Westfield Road and Homestead Avenue.
Although this is the event’s third year, it’s the first year that Dakin has taken part in it.
The New England Patriots take on the Houston Texans in game two of the preseason.
Thousands flocked to the Boston Common. Some supporting the Free Speech Rally, and others speaking out against white supremacy.
22News spoke with one Holland resident who was happy to continue the long-delayed tradition.
Vera O’Connor, who founded the Springfield Caribbean festival nearly 20 years ago.
Francine Giles was murdered 10 years ago, and the crime remains unsolved.
A traveling “Convoy of Hope” provided Springfield residents with a much needed helping hand, essential items, and left them with hope.
Southwick native Tanner Brach will be laid to rest next week after he died unexpectedly while serving at the U.S. Naval Base in San Diego.