22News was at the Oxbow Marina Sunday morning to see how important teamwork is in a performance.
While swiping right to connect with someone you’re interested in may sound convenient, it can also be dangerous.
The Center for Coastal Studies says a charter vessel discovered the whale just outside Nauset Inlet Friday afternoon.
Jose Valqui was one of many employees at the Eagleton School accused of assaulting a student.
The items in the capsule included a number of coins from 1891 and 1892 along with a German language newspaper.
If you’re the lucky holder of a winning ticket this time around, you’ll get the 18th largest prize in the history of the game.
The ranking is based on a formula of categories like the average salary, crime, commute time, home prices, and education.
The city of Westfield is exploring the creation of a playground for kids of all abilities.
Four people were taken to the hospital after a man from Connecticut allegedly drove through a red light, causing a three-car crash.
Food, fun, and support for the military and western Massachusetts first responders were just part of the day’s events.
In an unusual Saturday session, the Ware Select Board appointed Shawn Crevier as Chief of Police on Saturday.
Some drivers told 22News they have to leave 20 minutes early every morning to make it through construction.
Police and neighbors hope a cookout in the park will nourish the spirit of cooperation, leading to safer and more secure Springfield.
On Sunday July 23, the Save North Pond Band Jam at Whalley Park will be taking place from Noon until 5 p.m.
Neighborhood residents came for the music and to be inspired by the message.
22News spoke with residents to find out how they felt about the heat and if they’re welcoming the expected cool down.
Residents gathered at the Dunbar Community Center Saturday to celebrate renovations, one year after it was saved from foreclosure.
The water main underneath Babb Road, near Nora’s Restaurant and Bar, broke early Saturday morning, leaving over 75 homes without water.
MassDOT has more overnight lane closures planned for I-91 in Springfield, but announced that the overall project is well ahead of schedule.
Three hundred thousand people get Lyme disease every year in the United States and Cindy Kennedy is one of those people.