Restaurants may soon have new pressure to change their food recipes. 22News has a look at what they’re proposing and how it will affect you.
A man suffered a stab wound to the stomach during an incident in Springfield’s Entertainment District early Thursday morning.
Saying he “already feels at home,” new Springfield Bishop Mitchell Thomas Rozanski spoke publicly Thursday, just hours after he was appointe…
Adults over 50 are becoming addicted to prescription medications. 22News spoke with seniors to find out where they think the problem lies.
Window air conditioning units can quickly cool down your room, but if you don’t buy the right size unit, you’ll be wasting energy and money.
By the end of this year, you should be able to take an Amtrak train from Springfield to the Canadian border with stops in Holyoke, Northampt…
A major sewer and water pipe replacement project will disrupt traffic starting next week.
Construction is under way in to replace some affordable housing units lost in the June First Tornado in Springfield three years ago.
A meeting for Surner Heating was postponed after oil company representatives submitted a letter to the Belchertown Board of Selectmen.
Springfield’s Violence Prevention Task Force took a unique approach Wednesday night to help kids learn how to keep their cool.
The Dakin Humane Society has opened a kitten nursery in Springfield to provide intensive care to at-risk newborn kittens.
Holyoke Community College is celebrating after accomplishing the “Mission: Marieb” challenge and collecting a $1 million donation.
A proposal to change the tolling system on the MassPike will make portions of I-90 free again. 22News explains how much you could save and w…
The four car dealerships owned by Carla and Thomas Cosenzi have agreed to pay $175,000 following state allegations of misleading advertising…
Opponents of the House Speaker’s gun bill rallied on the State House steps. 22News talked to both sides about the pending legislation.
It was back to normal at UMass Amherst after a gas leak evacuated hundreds from campus Tuesday. 22News returned on Wednesday.
The victims of Monday’s devastating apartment building fire in Holyoke are working to piece their lives back together.