The American Academy of Pediatrics said dismissing a patient should be a last resort, after the doctor has fully educated the parent.
A mulch fire started Tuesday night at the Chicopee Landfill.
An overheated extension cord is being blamed for a fire on Harvard Street in Springfield Tuesday morning.
Thick tall weeds were making it tough for drivers to see oncoming traffic as they merge onto Chicopee St.
Phillips Academy in Andover announced investigation of sexual misconduct involving former faculty and students.
The kids are wanted for questioning about some vandalism to homes near West Springfield High School.
The purpose of the Citizens’ Initiative Review is to give voters as much information as possible so that they can make an informed decision …
Ortiz had a message for his legions of fans at the unveiling: “I love corn.”
Could there be an ancient Indian burial ground in the town of Shutesbury? The land owners attorney says no chance.
The MassDOT told 22News that the Registry has entered a 10 year lease for a new full service center in the Springfield Plaza at 1250 St. Jam…
22News went back to one town devastated by the storm.
Springfield’s mayor and police commissioner held a news conference Tuesday afternoon. They criticized a political ad from Hampden County She…
22News talked to Eversource Tuesday to find out how they are preventing problems from trees falling.
Two women accused of stealing a wallet with more than $1,000 cash inside, arrested after their photos were widely circulated on social media…
At least eight people are looking for a place to stay after an early morning fire in Turners Falls.
The Massachusetts Hospital Association says proposed cuts would have hospitals receiving 20% less than the cost of care.
The Princeton Review says that the University of Massachusetts has the best campus food in the country.
Ken Barnett, Larry Lawson, Benjamin Swan, Jr., and Bud L. Williams met for a debate Tuesday on 22News.
Hurricane Irene came into Western Massachusetts five years ago, causing downed trees, power outages, street flooding and lots of damage.
The university has created a new initiative called “Party Smart” to encourage students to behave responsibly around their neighbors.