Candidates for the next Hampden County Sheriff election participated in a debate in Springfield Tuesday night.
It was once the state’s pick for Springfield’s new RMV, now, it’s a problem spot for illegal dumping.
The nearly 60 lawmakers sent the Attorney General a letter of opposition over the weekend, saying it violates the 2nd Amendment.
Playground equipment is so hot it can melt your child’s skin. The 22News I-Team is working for you with how to spot a danger zone for your k…
Business is winding down for the summer on Beacon Hill. 22News explain why a push to reduce youth smoking didn’t make the cut.
Holyoke Police Sgt. Stephen Loftus told 22News that the truck driver drove away after the Tuesday morning crash on Main Street.
Hackers are making large profits by selling people’s personal data on a network of illegal trading sites.
There is some construction going on at the Quabbin. 22News explains what’s being done to upgrade the reservoirs power and security.
Following four continuous months of unusually dry weather, the state of Massachusetts is watching water levels closely.
Several western Massachusetts cities and towns are taking extra precautions to make sure water isn’t being wasted.
The suspects allegedly said to the victim, “We are taking your bike. Don’t move or we will shoot.”
The suspect allegedly made off with an undisclosed amount of cash and cigarettes, said Springfield Police Capt. Keenan.
If you are not a big fan of the candidates running for president this year, a new, but very familiar, choice has emerged.
Greenfield wants to increase parking for people who work and shop downtown. 22News explains how the town plans to get it done.
It turns out farming fungi can be a lucrative business 22News joined wholesale buyers as they toured the new facility in Hadley on Tuesday.
Some people told 22News they actually enjoy exercising outdoors in this extreme hot weather.
The State Senate unanimously voted Saturday to authorize bonds that will fund repairs of roads and bridges throughout Massachusetts.
Millions of people don’t work in air-conditioned offices. 22News found out how people who work outdoors are dealing with this heat wave.
Former for profit school admitted to deceiving students and falsifying documents and AG wants bilked students to received loan forgiveness.
The men and women of the Southwick Fire Department were able to cool off during the heat wave while training in Lake Congamond.