The Office of Consumer Information is helping people learn how to spot schemes.
Massachusetts has a lower gender pay gap than other states, but the situation may not be as good in western Massachusetts specifically.
22News was at the State House when young boys and men took the pledge to end violence against women.
The oil industry has a supply and demand problem that could be good news for your wallet.
Western Massachusetts’ pothole problems continue to be a source of concern both on side streets and major arteries.
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Hadley police used a dog to try to track down a suspect who broke into a house while the residents were inside.
Almost $1 million from Mass DOT given to the City of Chicopee for the cleanup costs from the snowstorm in October 2011.
The project to replace the elevated portion of Interstate 91 in downtown Springfield will mean some major traffic pattern changes.
DPW crews were working early Thursday morning to repair a water main break that caused a sinkhole to open up on a residential street.
For three days, phones will be ringing as WMAS listeners open their hearts and donate in an annual fundraising push.
Springfield Detectives and State Police investigated a shooting that left one man wounded Wednesday night.
A man and his cat were rescued from a house fire on Norman St., Wednesday night, and now the State Fire Marshal is investigating the cause.
Representatives from AIC met with parents to discuss the Curtis Blake School closing. 22News found out what went in the closed door meeting.
Holyoke Community Charter School had their annual lottery drawing Wednesday night for student openings for the upcoming school year.
Springfield’s Citizens police academy began Wednesday night for its 39th year. About 50 people met for the first class Wednesday.
A special preview Wednesday night for the 13th Annual Red Cross Hometown Heroes Breakfast