A 54 year-old man from Feeding Hills died over the weekend in a crash on Route 168 in Suffield, less than a mile from the Mass. line.
The trial of the third of four men accused of raping a barely-conscious UMass student in her dorm room got underway Tuesday.
A woman accused of stealing money from a medical practice to buy cars, horses, and Bruins tickets will spend three years in prison.
The Holyoke City Council has ordered former city Treasurer Jon Lumbra to repay part of his salary to the city.
China may have made changes Tuesday to help improve global markets, but there’s still uncertainty in the world’s second largest economy.
22News is working for you with new information on how much water you should be taking in.
Researchers said without a medical breakthrough, the number of people living with dementia is likely to double every 20 years.
Another day of ups and downs on Wall Street. The market began to rebound from Monday’s losses, but then really ran out of steam.
Following the recent death of a foster child in Auburn, Governor Charlie Baker says police logs should be reviewed during DCF checks.
It’s been about forty years since the state updated its public records law. 22News explains why cities and towns have major concerns.
22News spoke with some of Black Lives Matter protesters who said it’s all about fairness of race and gender.