MGM Springfield is expected to open Sept. 8, 2018, Gaming Commission Executive Director Edward Bedrosian said Thursday.
For nearly a quarter of a million people in western Massachusetts, this truck represents the opportunity to put food on their table.
With The Big E comes increased traffic, which can affect businesses that are located on this busy street.
A free class in Northampton taught seniors how to safely stay active.
Mt. Sugarloaf Reservation gets most of its visitors between mid September to late October.
In the next three months, the northbound lanes will be done and the entire highway should be back open by the spring.
22News visited the college’s campus to discover what makes the Amherst College so appealing.
The 13 camels he and his partners have raised will give their first “Camel Kingdom” performances at The Big E.
Two illegal handguns are off the street after a drug bust in Springfield.
New data shows that women’s salaries are going up, but they’re still significantly less than what men earn.
The Civil Service Commission has upheld the firing of an Agawam Police officer for an alleged excessive force incident at the police station…
A restriction is lifted and a deadline is extended for a western Massachusetts nursing home to comply with the state Department of Public He…
22News has information of what you can do if you can’t get to your polling location on election day.
Raise Up Massachusetts is launching a signature gathering campaign to raise support for a $15 per hour minimum wage in Massachusetts.
Demetrius Moore is charged in connection to a deadly June 4 shooting at the Kick Back Lounge on State Street.
Some 117 Red Cross volunteers from Massachusetts are providing aid in hurricane-stricken areas.
The executive director of Lorraine’s Soup Kitchen and Pantry says that during this time of year, donations drop off by about 50 percent.
The new Americans come from 42 different countries, from Ghana to the Ukraine to Peru.
The outage affected people in the Union Street, Elm Street, Holyoke Road, and Main Street areas.
MGM Springfield was supposed to have market-rate housing units in place by August, but the city council gave them an extension.