If you plan on traveling by plane, be aware of some hidden charges you might not know about.
No injuries after a big rig hit a state police cruiser an I-91 off-ramp in Springfield
Boston Firefighters Michael Kennedy & Lt. Edward Walsh died on March 26, 2014 in a burning brownstone apartment building.
Emmanuel Bile Jr. took the stand at his trial Thursday and said the woman was conscious and willing when they had sex in October 2012.
Police say they found drugs, weapons and a shotgun at two homes in Athol. Both men are facing a number of charges.
Now that spring is here and temperatures are warming up, we’re also seeing an increased threat for spring flooding.
Deep cuts to trial court budgets could threaten public safety. 22News explains why it could even close some courthouses.
Repairs to a portion of Bay Street in Springfield will continue on Friday after the road was damaged due to a water main break.
Reassurance is shaken for travelers who realize they have little control in a mode of transportation that is used by so many.
UMass students are cashing in on their good study habits by selling their notes on a website.
“Carando Cares” is a campaign focused on helping organizations that make a positive difference in New England.
22News found why many companies are actually turning down well-trained applicants.
1. Is there anything besides chamomile to help me relax? 2. Is US-grown wheat genetically modified?
The 2015 Home & Garden Show at the Eastern States Exposition grounds gave people an early taste of spring.
While some parts of New England broke snowfall records we didn’t see as much snow here in Western Massachusetts.
Innovative technology was unveiled at UMass Amherst’s Du Bois Library, and it’s available to students and the community.
Northampton police are offering residents a safer place to conduct business with customers they’ve met through websites such as Craigslist.