Dozens of Puerto Rican residents in WMass discussed some of their accomplishments, and challenges they face in the community.
When you set an alarm to turn your clocks back one hour, make sure to check your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors’ batteries.
If you’re back from trick-or-treating and have buckets and bags of candy, you might want to be mindful of where you store it.
Little monsters, ninja turtles and princesses all walked away with lots of candy from the Forest Park neighborhood.
The state’s Department of Public Health announced that a new system of hospitals has been created to deal with potential Ebola cases.
The top lawyer for the City of Springfield says that a lawsuit filed Thursday appears to be an attempt to sway voters against casinos.
The 22News I-Team called a number of communities like Toledo and Cincinnati, and found out how casinos have impacted their state lotteries.
Homeless hotel and motel owners are making big bucks to shelter families, all at your expense. One lawmaker plans to alleviate the problem.
Oil and gas prices continue to drop significantly. 22News found out if those prices will stay low as we inch closer to winter.
With the cold winter just around the corner, an emergency shelter is opening just in time for the area’s homeless.
A Western New England University poll shows Coakley has to get a strong turnout of core Democratic voters if she hopes to win.
Wilbraham police were called after a student overheard talk about another student bringing a gun to school Friday.
22News has a follow-up on a water main break that flooded Main Street in Springfield’s North End near the Chicopee city line Thursday night.
The Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Plant plans to conduct a siren test Saturday. 22News spoke with people who expect to hear those sirens.
Bayer Material Science, which makes Bayer aspirin, has approval for plans to expand their factory in Whately.
We’ll be turning the clock’s back this weekend. 22News explains something else you can do this weekend that will make your home safer.
For many western Massachusetts children, their school is re-enforcing the message to play it safe this Halloween night.