Wednesday marked a milestone day for members of Springfield’s Puerto Rican Community.
Preparing for a worst case scenario begins with gathering the best information.
The people who make sugary drinks spend millions on ads targeting teens. 22News found out how some teens resent these types of ads.
If you’re planning to get in line to shop Black Friday, you might not have too hard a time finding a parking spot at the mall.
Over the next 20 years, the number of families that have more than one vehicle is expected to continue to drop.
For the third straight year, the top financial priority for people is getting caught up on their bills. 22News has some tips on how to do th…
Dozens of teens in western Massachusetts were honored Wednesday for helping provide food for hungry families.
The Springfield Rescue Mission has what they need for a meaningful Thanksgiving dinner for hundreds, except for one important element.
Baystate Health Systems and Boston Medical Center’s BMC HealthNet plan have agreed to a coverage extension until February 28, 2015.
NBC has announced that it is no longer developing a new Bill Cosby comedy project, which was under development.
The governor’s chief of staff is returning to western Massachusetts to run a local agency that helps businesses expand in our area.
TV host Janice Dickinson is the latest woman to come forward with sexual assault allegations against comedian Bill Cosby.
Record cold this morning with a wind chill factor as well.
A special Longmeadow Select Board meeting to discuss any possible “voting irregularities” is taking place Monday night.
A man described by a judge as a “professional” drug dealer has been sentenced to up to 17 years in prison on drug and gun charges.
A study of how schools are disciplining their students found that Holyoke’s school suspension rate is five times the state average.
Millions in casino licensing fees will be distributed. 22News discovered how certain surrounding communities’ upfront payments will be used.