Hundreds of small businesses set up displays at Holyoke Community College to network and share information about their business.
The Thunderbirds are closing out their inaugural Springfield season with three games in four nights, starting Wednesday night.
Last year both the Macy’s and the Sears in the Enfield Mall were closed as part of their separate chains closing multiple retail locations.
There was a data breach at the Internal Revenue Service. 22News discovered who may be affected.
Following student bullying, Easthampton’s high school principal & superintendent have come up with a plan to make it stop.
Students at the Whately Elementary School had to be kept inside for recess due to safety concerns, police say.
The headache along Interstate 91 through Springfield may be over sooner than you think.
MGM Springfield construction may be less visible now that the majority of the bones of the structure are in place.
The Connecticut legislature still has not approved a bill to allow casino construction on non-tribal land.
Governor Baker is proposing to allow defendants to perform community service instead of going to jail for unpaid court fines.
Move over April the giraffe, the UMass Amherst Peregrine Falcon Camera is live for the 2017 season!
A new list of cities with the highest percentage of low-income residents lacking access to grocery stores.
The Deerfield River as well as others in the area are running cold because of the ice and snow melting up north.
Recent rains and melting snow from upstream has the water rising at the Montague Dam in Turners Falls.
The recent warm weather has been melting snow to our north, which is causing the water level of the Connecticut River to rise.
22News is working for you with how you can find snow mold on your yard this spring.
The milder weather has helped trees and bushes bloom, but that might not be good news for allergy sufferers.
You may be tempted to give your child a live bunny as a special Easter gift this year, but think again!
The couple was active in numerous Springfield organizations, including the Urban League and the MLK Community Center.
Courthouses across Massachusetts are in line to receive funding for major renovations, but one major courthouse didn’t make the list.