Wednesday’s historic milestone leaves the Dow up more than 1,700 points since President Donald Trump’s victory in November.
If you live in City of West Springfield and a plow truck destroyed your mailbox, you can be reimbursed.
The Bliss Road shopping center broke ground in 2016 after zoning changes allowed for an increase in shared retail space and parking.
The Federal Railroad Association held an open house in Springfield to provide information on their NEC Future plan.
22News has obtained a copy of the resignation letter that Administrator Mary MacInnes submitted to the PVTA Advisory Board.
Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz told 22News city’s refugees are still safe from Trump’s immigration plans
Stocks soared on Wednesday, driving the Dow above a key benchmark. 22News found out what this means for you.
Agawam mayor says the U.S. Department of Agriculture waited too long to tell officials the cause of dead birds falling from the sky.
Al Bruno was a Springfield mob boss from the 1980’s until his death in 2003 when he was shot to death outside the Mt. Carmel club.
A Becket police officer said he heard a noise “like a snowplow” before he pulled the suspect over on Dec. 20.
A skunk that was killed by a dog in the Elm Street area on Monday has tested positive for the disease.
Greenfield has a plan in the works to make their streets safer. 22News explains how.
22News explains how enrollment is expected to drop dramatically at Thornton W. Burgess Middle School.
These restaurant owners hope the designation will help protect employees in an immigrant heavy industry.
According to the state’s report card, Massachusetts has some of the strongest laws on smoking at work and taxes cigarettes at a high rate.
The proposed rotary would be built at the intersection of North King Street and Hatfield Street.
You can see the progress being made on the 14.5 acres in the South End from the highway or just passing by.
Next year, you could be voting on whether residents with higher incomes pay more money in taxes.
First it was those who make minimum wage. Now, state lawmakers could be getting a raise.
It’s an unmistakable trend, a declining number of Lottery tickets sold here in western Massachusetts and across the Commonwealth.