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Eversource employees will never call you demanding a payment.
The fire started in the back of a garbage truck.
Scheduled to open Friday at 5AM, the ramp didn’t open until 6:30AM.
Travelers are advised to seek alternate routes and be mindful of potential delays.
Two counterfeit checks were sent via Priority Mail Express to Mayor Sarno this week with different return addresses.
This comes nearly a week after Col. Richard McKeon retired amid accusations that he ordered a trooper to change a police report.
The state has picked up an estimated 69,000 jobs in the past 12 months.
The Lozannes do not work at Brockton Superior Court where the distribution allegedly occurred.
The annual luminary event allows families to remember those they have lost, while helping to raise money for the Cancer House of Hope.
The vaccine to protect against that infection is relatively new, and students are not required to have it to attend the university.
Local, state, and federal politicians have gathered in West Springfield on Thursday evening.
22News found out how some passengers plan to skip the long TSA lines this holiday.
The Red Bridge in Ludlow will finally re-open to drivers Friday morning, two weeks ahead of schedule.
22News explains why last week’s election may affect how the town deals with retail sales of the drug.
Lawmakers are advancing a bill aimed at curbing abuse of disability parking spaces.
It won’t be too long now until the reopening of a second lane on the southbound I-91 towards downtown Springfield.
The money from the state enables the cities and towns to devise new programs to improve the health and safety of its people.
Big Y Supermarkets has launched a “Kid’s Fruit Club” to introduce children to the benefits of fresh fruit.
An environmental group is demanding Governor Baker sign a bill to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.