About 610,000 people die of heart disease in the United States every year, nearly one in every four deaths.
Most of the studies on increasing brown fat have been done with animals, and they may apply to humans, but here is what we know so far.
22News found out what the new skate park means to the town of Montague.
Just when you thought the Memorial Avenue Rotary project was completed, along comes a new reason for limited access for drivers.
Some Springfield businesses are angry because of a temporary on-street parking ban in the city’s Pine Point neighborhood.
22News explains why there had to be drastic spending cuts this year.
Millennials, young people between 20 and 35, have been relocating to Boston, New York and San Francisco.
The roof replacement projects are part of the Massachusetts School Building Authority’s Accelerated Repair Project.
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Police in Turkey have detained 13 people in connection to the deadly attack on Istanbul’s airport.
This budget would preserve increases to local aid and school funding for cities and towns.
One of the drivers involved in a head-on crash on West Street in Ware, Monday evening, has died.
Just as East Longmeadow’s new charter is set to go into effect, 22News found out the former police chief said he’s owed big bucks.
Massachusetts Senate passed 3 bills to protect animals on Wednesday. 22News looked into a state bill that will also protect pet owners.
A downtown strip club will have to close for at least 15 days, and could be suspended for an additional 45 if further violations are found.
Author J.K. Rowling has located her North American school of witchcraft and wizardry in western Massachusetts.
Springfield police say that no arrests have been made, but they do know who the suspect is.
A man that was found in the area of Boston Road in Wilbraham, and couldn’t speak, was returned to his home Wednesday night.
22News found out what impact the bombing attacks at a Turkish airport is having in the United States.
Holyoke is going greener, getting brighter, and saving some money. Holyoke this week received its 4th “Green Communities” grant.