If you plan to head outdoors, 22News found out how you can keep ticks from getting on your pet and on you.
The state Senates budget requires UMass to see if it’s possible to install an indoor shooter detection system at all 5 of its campuses.
Her 17 year-old son was being treated at the time for gunshot wounds to the legs, and left the hospital without antibiotics or painkillers.
A Springfield police officer pepper sprayed a suspect who allegedly went after him, and several gentleman’s club patrons, with a knife.
Oswaldo Silva of Springfield has been charged with shoplifting and resisting arrest.
The pair were charged with home invasion and assault and battery, and both are being held without bail.
The controversial closing of the Zen Restaurant means 16 people have lost their jobs and that there is another empty storefront in downtown …
The trustees of the Forbes Library are suing Northampton after a disagreement with the mayor. 22News looks at both sides of the story.
The Mass. Broadband Institute wants to expand funding for high speed internet service in western Mass., including Franklin County.
Not sold in any stores except their own, the Tree House Brewing Company in Monson is attracting long lines of people to buy their beer.
Traveling by car this Memorial Day weekend? 22News is working for you with a look at places where you can expect slowdowns.
Atlantic hurricane season doesn’t officially start until next week, but a system off the coast of the Bahamas could become a tropical storm.
Shorts, sunglasses, and short sleeves are the order of the day Wednesday, as temperatures will be well above average.
City Councilors Bud Williams and Justin Hurst sent a letter to Mayor Domenic Sarno this week about buying Dunbar Community Center,
A viewer notified 22News that some pet owners disregarded the sign at the entrance to the Calvary Cemetery on Hampden Street.
Construction may make it difficult to get to the Wormtown Festival this weekend. 22News explains how you can avoid the construction.
22News found out Goshen residents were growing concerns that the parade might be barred from Route 9.
Three residents at the Leavitt Family Jewish nursing Home in Longmeadow celebrated their 100th birthdays on Wednesday.
Veterans who qualify for medical marijuana through the state’s dispensary program would no longer have to pay annual registration fees.
The PVTA and local politicians broke ground for the construction of the new PVTA transportation pavilion.