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While we won’t see early bugs, you can expect seasonal allergies to start a little earlier this season.
You would think we’d start seeing bugs soon with this warm winter weather, but that’s not exactly the case.
Hundreds of friends and supporters filled the Greek Cultural Center in Springfield Wednesday night to raise money for The Gray House.
It was Christmas in March for a 9-year-old girl, Wednesday night, who received a bike from the ATI Foundation.
A group of firefighters will work until sunset to contain the remainder of the fire, while other departments are allowed to go home.
District Attorney Anthony Gulluni says that prosecutors will aggressively go after all those who are profiting from the heroin epidemic.
State police are trying to figure out what caused a man’s SUV to roll over on the lawn of a church along Route 202 in South Hadley.
A Springfield woman has been convicted of voluntary manslaughter for hitting a woman, she believed stole her boyfriend.
Friends of the Homeless has recently been sheltering about 150 people at night, and about 1,000 come through every year.
New research is showing a gap in the kind of job openings there are versus the kind of degrees being earned.
A new study suggests that people who eat certain foods high in starches and sugars are more susceptible to lung cancer.
Some Mass. college students won’t see their tuition increase next year, but 22News discovered students could still end up paying more.
22News explains why economists say it’s been a slow comeback for job growth.
The group that owns several Main Street buildings in Springfield are hoping to turn them into market rate apartments.
Record breaking temperatures Wednesday brought people out into the warm sun across the Pioneer Valley.
Recent voter exit polls in Michigan and Mississippi show anxiety over the economy persists.
The forensic accounting firm was hired by the MBTA Retirement Fund in the wake of a report alleging significant inaccuracies in the fund’s f…
“Somebody’s going to get killed,” Animal Control Officer responds to loose livestock and the town has no allowance for issuing citations.
Charged with possession and distribution in connection with the death of Westfield High School 11th grader Lillian Anderson.