The WSU Swim Team, which consists of 18 female athletes, were traveling to Florida for annual training and a visit to the Swimming Hall of F…
The clock could be ticking toward a new time zone in Massachusetts. Lawmakers are studying a plan to give us more sunlight.
A group of protesters said they believe the New Year’s Day fire could have turned out differently if Engine 2 was in service.
Springfield police say the suspects paid for items with fake hundred dollar bills and left with the real money they were given as change.
More than 220 residents have told Easthampton city councilors they’re against the idea of making their city a sanctuary city.
22News found out about what the registered nurses are seeking and spoke with the President of Baystate Noble Hospital.
If you’re a pedestrian in Springfield, you’re in luck. 22News breaks down some surprising findings from a study on pedestrian safety.
22News is working for you with what you should and shouldn’t do when warming up your car.
22News explains what Massachusetts is doing to help victims, especially children, of human trafficking.
The goggles can simulate driving under the impairment of alcohol, marijuana and drowsiness.
Worries about high chemical levels in the Barnes Aquifer may also be an issue for nearby communities, such as Holyoke.
A donation is making a difference in and helping kids learn healthy life habits at a young age.
The advance of computer technology and robotics will eliminate about half of all jobs that exist now, Oxford economists say.
Independent retail stores didn’t have as many holiday sales as predicted, but businesses in downtown Greenfield said they did okay.
EB’s in Agawam plans to cook thousands of pounds of chicken wings this Saturday, with even more as the Patriots get deeper into the playoffs…
Hampden County Register of Deeds Donald Ashe says that foreclosures are up 48%, but the number is deceptively high.
22News explains why some of the new recreational marijuana law supporters in Massachusetts are now upset.
Critics say the shift makes the days seem even shorter, with the sun setting before 5 p.m. during much of November, December and January.
Tuesday morning. we had bone-chilling cold. Wednesday morning, temperatures were in the low 40’s and rising!
Superintendent Willard presents her findings at the school committee meeting.