No matter how much money you make, most people have worried about a bill at one time or another. Some people worry every day.
Lawyers for the Boston Marathon bombing suspect are trying yet again to get the judge’s approval to change venues.
Black and Latino state lawmakers met with Gov. Baker to discuss issues facing minorities. 22News explains the changes they hope to make.
During Black History Month, Renaissance School students will see a series of movies that deal with the African-American experience.
West Springfield Mayor Edward Sullivan took U.S. State Department officials on a tour to see what is being done for the refugee children att…
Wednesday is World Cancer Day. A day focused on cancer awareness, prevention and treatment.
As the MGM Springfield project moves forward there is uncertainty about what will happen with the correctional facility that lies in its pat…
You may have seen some snow building up on the roof of your house. 22News uncovered how much snow is too much for your home to handle.
In the last two weeks, Springfield police have written more tickets for unshoveled sidewalks than they do in a typical year.
Many school districts have already gone over their budgeted number of snow days, which will affect students’ summer vacation.
Berkshire East got about 8 inches of snow from the storm earlier this week and has been able to open all of their trails for the season.