With a casino on the way and in an older building well past its prime, the owners of the market have decided it’s time to pack it in.
A student who says he was arrested and pepper sprayed simply because he was recording police officers has filed a civil rights lawsuit.
The man killed in the city’s fourth homicide of 2015 was a 38 year-old city resident, police say.
Police are searching for witnesses to a single car crash on Routes 5 & 10 in Bernardston that resulted in the death of one woman.
The state froze tuition and fees for University of Massachusetts students last year, but that is looking less likely this time around.
22News investigated who is responsible for clearing snow around fire hydrants: either your city, the water department, or you.
The state minimum wage is $9 an hour. But it’s only $3 an hour for employees who collect tips.
Over 70 percent of Massachusetts Lottery sales come from scratch tickets. 22News explains how this could affect cities and towns.
The state is encouraging motorists to call a toll-free number to report potholes, but who picks up the phone when you call?
Chicopee police are investigating after a student was hit by a car near the Fairview Middle School Wednesday afternoon.
The 32-year-old woman allegedly set up meetings at a Chicopee hotel
Several bus stops throughout Springfield continue to be clogged with snow. 22News found who is responsible for shoveling them.
Many people will be breaking the law when they file their taxes. 22News is working to explain the “use tax” in Mass. and what it means.
Since we were little, we’ve been told the importance of brushing our teeth. 22News explains the importance of keeping that toothbrush clean.
People are fed up with the condition of some area roads. 22News traveled to some of the mean streets of Hampshire County.
More people are expected to start looking for a new home. 22News found out how real estate professionals see the current housing market.
Pres. Obama has vetoed the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline. 22News is working for you with how your congressional delegation voted.