MGM National Harbor, in many ways, is a larger version of what MGM Springfield will be like in 2018.
Downtown Springfield has already seen many changes since MGM broke ground about a year and a half ago.
Springfield Police are searching for a suspect, Wednesday night, after a car chase near Forest Park.
Chicopee Police were searching for an armed suspect Wednesday night, who robbed the Walgreens on Granby Road.
Baystate Medical Center is notifying thousands of patients who had open-heart surgery that they may be at risk of a dangerous infection.
The Hampden County District Attorney’s office identified the body that was found, late Tuesday afternoon, near the Westfield River.
The town’s Human Right’s Commission said they want to launch a formal investigation, into what they are calling a possible hate crime.
Detectives need the public’s help in identifying a man who possibly stole multiple vehicles in Chicopee and Westfield.
MassDOT has registered more than 50M transactions. 22News has an update on the demolition progress, and the new system’s effectiveness.
The planning board voted nearly unanimously, with one dissenting vote, about the amendment proposed by Roots for the outdoor lights.
The 25 year-old woman’s body was found over the weekend in a dumpster near a Springfield apartment complex.
The accident happened at around 1:00 Wednesday afternoon near North Whitney Street in Amherst.
The 22News I-Team reveals if the state missed an opportunity to make a more significant change on Interstate 91 in Springfield.
The landmark restaurant and banquet hall on Route 5 is set to close in the middle of this month.
Residents approved a ballot question to construct a new school that would combine the existing Fort River and Wildwood Elementary Schools.
22News found out a new parish center could soon be built in Northampton after the St. Mary’s Church is sold.
The Bright Nights at forest Park paid homage Wednesday night to the men and women in uniform.
Wednesday marked the 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor, the Japanese bombing that propelled the United States into World War II.
The performance started off with the Star Spangled Banner and then moved into some Italian classics.
Thursday night, MGM will open a $1.4 billion resort casino outside Washington, D.C., and 22News will be there!