Your E-ZPass transponder isn’t being read correctly at one major entrance to the Mass Pike. 22News investigated the problem.
The Attorney General wants the Department of Education to forgive thousands of loans, after AIC admitted to lying to students.
East Longmeadow’s search for an interim town manager came to an end late Tuesday night.
Police departments across the country are feeling understaffed after the recent violence against police this year.
With the hot and dry weather we’ve been having, careless disposal of cigarette can easily start a fire.
The front of the Deerfield Police Station is now an online purchase location for people to safely conduct internet sales.
Veteran’s participating in the Warrior Expedition’s “Warrior Hike” took a break at the Appalachian Mountain Club’s Noble View Chapter.
Chicopee Mayor Richard Kos released a video on Tuesday, outlining the progress made at the former Uniroyal and Facemate properties.
22News is working for you with ways to keep your pets safe in this heat, without running the air conditioner all day.
Candidates for the next Hampden County Sheriff election participated in a debate in Springfield Tuesday night.
It was once the state’s pick for Springfield’s new RMV, now, it’s a problem spot for illegal dumping.
The nearly 60 lawmakers sent the Attorney General a letter of opposition over the weekend, saying it violates the 2nd Amendment.
Playground equipment is so hot it can melt your child’s skin. The 22News I-Team is working for you with how to spot a danger zone for your k…
Business is winding down for the summer on Beacon Hill. 22News explain why a push to reduce youth smoking didn’t make the cut.
Holyoke Police Sgt. Stephen Loftus told 22News that the truck driver drove away after the Tuesday morning crash on Main Street.
Hackers are making large profits by selling people’s personal data on a network of illegal trading sites.
There is some construction going on at the Quabbin. 22News explains what’s being done to upgrade the reservoirs power and security.
Following four continuous months of unusually dry weather, the state of Massachusetts is watching water levels closely.
Several western Massachusetts cities and towns are taking extra precautions to make sure water isn’t being wasted.
The suspects allegedly said to the victim, “We are taking your bike. Don’t move or we will shoot.”