Customers are complaining about the long wait times at the new Registry of Motor Vehicles in the City of Springfield.
Flowers were placed near Worcester Street in Springfield where a mother of two died in a one-car crash this weekend.
Prosecutors say Dr. Fernando Jayma prescribed morphine, fentanyl, oxydcodone, and methadone to patients who did not need them.
State Police are looking into what led to the crash on the westbound side of the highway near the Lee/Becket town line.
The suspect had warrants out for his arrest by New Bedford police on charges of home invasion and armed robbery.
The Westmass Area Development Corporation completed a brownfield cleanup of the century old mill buildings in Ludlow.
Cooley Dickinson Health Care has lifted the restrictive visiting policy that was temporarily put in place due to the flu season.
First responders told 22News that they now deal with opioid related incidents on a daily basis.
Gov. Baker commissioned the survey last year after fishermen voiced concerns that the government was relying on bad science.
Lobo helped UConn win the first of 11 titles in 1995 and was coach Geno Auriemma’s first big recruit.
March certainly did not go “out like a lamb” this year, but what kind of weather can we expect for April?
Driving while drowsy can have grave consequences, and there are few measures in place to stop it.
Chicopee Firefighter Tony Spano died unexpectedly last Thursday, after he collapsed while exercising.
Alumni, students, faculty and staff from Amherst College voted on the Mammoths for the schools official mascot.
University officials announced Monday that Senator Warren will deliver the address at a May 12 graduation ceremony.
Graffiti artists have been tagging the concrete light posts that line both sides of the bridge between Springfield and West Springfield.
You only have a few more weeks to take of brush and other types of debris this open burning season.
Keeping you safe as a passenger: 22News explains why ride hailing companies must now take extra precautions.
The purpose of the project is to resurface the existing pavement, make drainage and structural repairs, and add new sidewalk.
The project is part of a state-funded initiative called “Safe Routes to Schools.”