More than 400 houses in Belchertown were without power Tuesday morning after an excavator knocked over a powerline near 20 Stebbins Street.
Massachusetts still has no confirmed cases of the Ebola virus
A Pride gas station on the corner of Avocado St. in Springfield was robbed early Tuesday morning.
22News is working for you with a look at what the health experts say needs to be done to be ready for the virus.
22News explains what you need to know about the possibility of the Ebola virus spreading in Massachusetts.
A 19-year-old man from Hampden is dead after a shooting in Springfield’s Liberty Heights neighborhood Monday afternoon.
State Police assisted Conway PD in their investigation into a deadly motorcycle crash in the center of town, Monday afternoon.
22News is working for you with tips to keep you and your family safe from the potentially deadly effects.
Six children have died after becoming infected with the Enterovirus D68; nearly 700 people have been infected in the United States.
Gov. Patrick spent Monday in Springfield, campaigning for Martha Coakley and answering question on the troubled Health Connector website.
National Nurses United said more drills and protective equipment need to be provided for nurses at hospitals.
Up to 200-thousand photos were recently stolen from popular messaging app, “Snapchat.”
Hyundai Rotem announced it is bidding to build subway cars for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority.
The deadline for registering to vote in the Nov. 4th state election is this Wednesday. 22News is working for you with the latest info.
North Adams city council to consider resolution calling for restoration of a full service hospital on Tuesday
Dozens of homes had no water service after a water main break in East Longmeadow Monday morning.
Every U.S. hospital must know how to diagnose Ebola in people who have been in West Africa and be ready to isolate a suspected case.