The ongoing construction on I-91 could affect where you park, and how you get to the fireworks.
Even though fewer students waiting to get into a charter school, the list is still pretty long.
The Arise for Social Justice Group hosted a workshop, Thursday night, to inform renters of their legal protections.
Sunscreens help shield you from the sun’s dangerous ultraviolet rays by reflecting the light away from your body.
More than sixteen hundred National Grid customers briefly lost electrical power in Wilbraham Thursday night.
Even though fireworks are illegal in Massachusetts, you’ll still likely hear or see some around your neighborhood in the next week.
Some people ignore the law and cross state lines to buy fireworks. 22News went to Franklin County where people cross frequently.
The suspect later grabbed a Chicopee police officer’s gun- pulling the trigger, with the shot narrowly missing a policeman.
Nothing was taken during these incidents, but the suspects gained access to these homes.
Ludlow Police are warning local businesses and residents about reports of counterfeit money being passed around town.
Some drivers may be dreading the ride through downtown Springfield during the holiday weekend. AAA predicts record travel volume.
According to a new report, college grads are getting jobs. In fact, they are getting nearly all of the jobs.
The unemployment rate among veterans remains high and one local program is looking to help our local veterans.
Puerto Rico needs financial help to go along with Congress creating a control board to oversee the Island’s finances.
With the 4th of July fast approaching, many of you are probably planning cookouts. 22News has some expert advice on grilling safety.
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.