Parents, students, and staff at Mohawk Trail Regional High School have been notified about a student who has been confirmed to have MRSA.
It’s your money and the state gov’t is spending it. The 22News I-Team reveals how much the state spends on an item that the average Joe has …
In a time where technology seems like a necessity, it is hard to believe that there are parts of Massachusetts that do not have broadband se…
A “Yes” vote means no casinos in Massachusetts while a “No” vote essentially means yes to allowing casinos in our Commonwealth.
A Springfield jury will return Wednesday to continue reviewing the evidence in the triple murder trial of Caius Veiovis.
Five weeks after school started, Duggan Middle Schoolers still didn’t have their lockers and kids were carrying around heavy backpacks.
The Town of Greenfield has announced an additional back-up ambulance service. 22News explains how it will improve emergency medical services…
The Springfield Falcons extended their affiliation agreement with the Columbus Blue Jackets through the 2015-16 season, with an option for t…
Massachusetts residents are generally happier than those in other states, a new survey has found.
A judge on Tuesday denied a motion to move next week’s trial for a college friend of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
With U.S. airstrikes on terrorist targets in Syria, the violence still seems far from home for some in Hampshire county.
The many conflicts in the Middle East were the center of discussion in Longmeadow. 22News spoke with a U.S. Ambassador to the Middle East.
Freedom Credit Union opened its 10th branch on Tuesday, but this one’s a little different.
The vividness of the colors is dependent on weather conditions, temperature, sunlight and moisture.
If you’ve spent much time outdoors lately, you may have already noticed bees are everywhere. 22News explains why there’s so many of them now…
UMass police are hoping you can help them find a man who threatened to assault a group of students, and then bit one of them on the neck.
A call about a man throwing rocks led Greenfield police to arrest an alleged drunk driver for the second time.