Taxi drivers across the state call on the ride-sharing companies to follow the same rules as they do.
A new campaign will help remind drivers on the importance of being safe and focused while behind the wheel.
The section of Union St. that was closed after a water main break near Main St. in Springfield’s South End on Tuesday has been reopened.
The Mega Millions jackpot is up to an estimated $390 million for Tuesday night’s drawing, with a cash option estimated at $265 million.
Keith Truehart pleaded guilty in Hampshire Superior Court to 3 counts of assault and battery on a child causing serious bodily injury.
Police say the Arizona man posed as a 16-year-old boy online and spoke to the Massachusetts teen about running away and having sex.
The Harry Potter author picks Mount Greylock as the location for her new story
Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno will decide what punishment an Entertainment District strip club will face for violating its license.
The Holyoke’s Ordinance Committee addressed some issues surrounding drones Tuesday night, including privacy and liability.
Hundreds of people paid their respects to a western Massachusetts racing legend Tuesday night, who died last week at the age of 65.
State and local government are working together to help create a stronger Massachusetts.
On November 8th, Hampden County voters will do something they haven’t done in 4 decades, elect a new sheriff.
22News found out that Fourth of July fireworks are causing a lot of false alarms for Springfield Police.
Two firefighters were hurt in the daylong effort to put out the flames at an industrial building.
More western Massachusetts cities and towns are imposing water restrictions. Now the City of Westfield has joined the list.
According to Allstate Insurance’s annual report on safe drivers, Boston once again ranked 200th of 200 cities as having the worst drivers.
If you’re taking a trip for July 4th, 22News is working for you with steps to take to prevent your home from being targeted by a burglar.
The body of Cory Cane was found near Route 19 in Wales on the morning of January 3, 2012. Police still have no eyewitnesses and few leads.
The legendary coach, who passed away Tuesday, was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield back in 2000.
The rest of the project is set to be finished this winter, but passengers will still have to use the old rail platform on Lyman Street.