Even if you aren’t a direct victim of fraud, 22News explains how you still end up paying for it.
A majority of Americans stay home on Election Day, but this year could be different. 22News spoke to voters who want to make a change.
An Agawam tax preparer was sentenced in U.S. District Court in Springfield for embezzling more than $400,000 from a corporate client.
For the first time in his presidency, the majority of Americans are disappointed with President Obama’s foreign policy.
A meeting was held Thursday night in Holyoke for residents to voice their concerns about homeless families living in hotels.
On Thursday night, local residents highlighted the history and contributions of immigrants to western Massachusetts.
A newly-opened business hopes to bring dozens of jobs and a boost for the economy for downtown Northampton.
A few months ago a group of volunteers walked across the Bay State, starting in Boston and ending in Pittsfield.
For people 50 and older, almost half of their income goes to paying for and maintaining their home.
While changing some of their policies regarding young visitors, health officials at Baystate Children’s Hospital say the public should not b…
There was a hearing Thursday involving a Chicopee police officer accused of having a sexual relationship with a teenage girl.
Dozens of Chicopee Electric Light’s commercial customers have been receiving a scheme phone call, Chicopee police say.
The state’s unemployment rate went up, but the state believes it is temporary. 22News explains why grocery stores felt most of the impact.
Economists say we need to boost our savings to protect us from financial setbacks. 22News explains how you can keep your debt from getting b…
September is Emergency Preparedness Month, and 22News is working for you with what you should have on-hand in the event of a disaster.
There’s an app for everything these days, and now there’s an app to help save lives.
The new iPhone 6 is coming out Friday. 22News explores the fascination with new mobile devices and if retails stores can handle the crowds.