The Hampden County Jail is receiving national attention. 22News explains how the governor wants to expand the jail’s model statewide.
The Powerball jackpot is estimated to be $422-million for Wednesday night’s drawing, with a cash option of $291.8-million.
Springfield Police are searching for a man who robbed a TD Bank, Wednesday afternoon, on Boston Road.
The suspect allegedly grabbed the two women by the IDs hanging around their necks, and would not let them go.
Over a period of a few hours Wednesday, Greenfield police had to deal with three significant overdoses.
Marilyn Joseph and her 13-year-old son were out paddle boating on White Lily Pond when she decided to go for a swim.
While thousands have given blood, there’s still a critical shortage this summer. They need all types of blood.
Kids from Springfield’s South End Community Center delivered cards to lift the spirits of people battling cancer.
22News captured video of the International Space Stationg flying over Chicopee around 8:38PM.
22News traveled to the MassDOT headquarters in Boston to get some answers about the E-ZPass overcharges on the Mass Pike at Exit 6.
The summer sun brings a real danger to parking lots across America. 22News explains how hot it can get inside of a vehicle.
To protect and serve also means police officers must put their lives in harm’s way each day.
Traffic is now moving again on Route 32 in Monson following a two car crash Wednesday afternoon.
Police say that it looks like someone set a fire inside one of the school buildings, and this is not the first time this has happened.
Deputy Code Enforcement Director David Cotter told 22News that the Hancock Street house is a blight on the neighborhood.
Officials at the college told 22News that they found it impossible to retain the building, due to structural defects.
After 22News exposed the fact that people were being overcharged, MassDOT shut down one of the E-ZPass lanes at the I-291 interchange.
22News is working for you with what towns and businesses are getting hit the hardest from the dry weather.
Some financial relief for local farms that lost their peach crops this season. 22News expains how the farms will be compensated.
The department is letting people know now, so that they will not be concerned when the fundraiser begins.