Students and families participated in a pre-Hanukkah cook off Monday at Yeshiva Academy in Longmeadow.
22News explains how texting has shaped our lives and revolutionized the way we communicate.
The Social Service housing agency “Way Finders,” formerly “Hap Housing,” has purchased the sprawling longtime transportation hub.
We’ve begun the final week of our collaboration with the U.S. Marines to ensure deserving children have toys this holiday season.
The debate over whether doctors should be able to help terminally ill patients die is heating up again in Massachusetts.
The I-91 North on-ramp near the South End Bridge reopened on Saturday, after being closed for more than a month.
Flu-like illness continues to rise in Massachusetts, according to the latest weekly flu report.
22News Storm Team Meteorologist Nick Bannin explains the changes on the way.
Under the bill, school districts can maintain current the immersion programming or choose an alternative that meets federal and state standa…
An acting president will be appointed in Rosenberg’s absence as the investigation into his husband’s alleged sexual misconduct unfolds.
Hundreds of fires each year are caused by power strips when used to power space heaters.
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There will be two supermoons in January 2018.
The installation comes in response to a series of racial incidents on the campus.
Massachusetts will soon be protected by about 60 new firefighters.
The work of Jack Holowitz is featured in a Tower Square art gallery, with a portion of any purchases going towards the Valley Photo Center.
Hundreds gathered at the Three Rivers Common in the town of Palmer for a visit from Santa and a tree lighting.
Toys for Tots will end on December 11th, 22News hopes to see you bring a new gift to add to the lobby.
22News explains why we haven’t seen any snow yet.
Nancy Lefebvre was chosen Sunday to lead the sizable Springfield contingent in the Holyoke St. Patrick’s parade in March.