A fire that burned two trailers of magnesium chips in Springfield Friday has been ruled accidental.
Burning wood to create energy is still a very controversial topic. 22News reveals why some people in Greenfield want more regulations.
The exercise involved many of the same steps and teamwork they’d need in actual responses.
The horrifying abuse suffered by Haleigh Poutre brought about large changes to the state’s social service system, but how are things now?
Footballs were found to be under-inflated in the Patriots’ playoff game against the Colts.
With the weather getting warmer, you’ll notice more bees outside. But not all bees are bad, especially for some businesses.
Not only does Westover have an incredible history, but also a large economic impact: a $221 million impact to Western Massachusetts in 2014.
You never know what you’ll find at the Brimfield Antique Show. Thousands of antiques are on display and ready to be sold.
Lung cancer is the number one cancer killer of women, taking the lives of more mothers, sisters, and friends than breast cancer.
Airline consumer complaints increased by 27% from February to March, with Frontier Airlines having the most complaints.
BOSTON (STATE HOUSE) – A $38 billion budget proposal put forward Tuesday by Senate Democratic leaders would give Gov. Charlie Baker more dir…