22News met with a couple who are walking from Boston to Pittsfield to raise awareness for the various needs of children.
22News spoke with Chief Handler Armando Loyal about how he takes care of his three circus elephants.
The class of 2017 will graduate into one of the strongest job markets in the last few years. 22News found out what skills are in demand.
The 700 foot-long historic building is being turned from a storage space into a state-of-the-art campus center.
A new city ordinance rids the use of plywood and 2x4s to secure vacant properties.
Students and staff at the Kensington International School already maintain fruit, vegetable and herb gardens.
The Springfield Garden Club celebrated their 100th anniversary Wednesday by planting a Magnolia tree.
All the rain we’ve had recently has gotten the flowers blooming and the grass growing.
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MM4CT, the joint venture set up to build a proposed casino in East Windsor, claims MGM Springfield will cost Connecticut 9,300 jobs.
The dictionary company’s editor-at-large was the featured speaker at a breakfast event Wednesday held by the Springfield Regional Chamber.
The medical marijuana facility is expected to create up to 100 jobs by their third year of operation.
Do you ever look at your paycheck and wonder where all those taxes go? The 22News I-Team reveals how much goes into welfare programs.
After the standoff in West Springfield, 22News spoke with veterans about this service member’s struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder.
22News took a look at the progress that’s been made into building the MGM Springfield casino over the past four years.
Police arrested two suspects on Tuesday who may have been involved in multiple shoplifting throughout western Massachusetts.
Robert Decoteau III of Russell has been ordered to undergo evaluation at Bridgewater State Hospital for the next 20 days.
Massachusetts State Police said that two groups of nine had blocked service roads in order to prevent tree cutting.
The Holyoke City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday to approve a new medical marijuana dispensary on Appleton Street.
A Holyoke City Councilor is concerned about panhandling and its possible connections to human trafficking.