Local residents who live near the Westfield-Barnes Regional Airport should prepare for an early wake-up call Wednesday morning.
Several Western Massachusetts institutions stood out above the rest in the U.S News and World Report’s 2017 list.
Opening statements are set to begin Wednesday morning in the third trial of Cara Rintala; the woman accused of strangling her wife in 2010.
Firefighters saw heavy smoke and fire coming from the living room when they got to the Taylor Street home Tuesday afternoon.
Members of several state agencies shut down a home renovation project on Wilbraham Road in Springfield Tuesday.
A spokesperson for the 104th Fighter Wing said that human error is to blame for the incident.
The cost of health care is on the rise. 22News highlights a special panel that’s looking at why prices can vary drastically between hospital…
The question heading to voters in November would require the slots parlor be located near a horse race track.
22News found out how neighbors deal with living so close to such a party college environment.
22News discovered how state funding will be used to combat the opiate crisis here in western Massachusetts.
The merge of the southbound lanes on Interstate 91 in downtown Springfield is a site of traffic jams, and potential accidents.
Many voters believe it’s important for presidential candidates to be as transparent as possible.
It’s National Drive Electric Week. 22News explains why more people are switching to electric cars.
Target plans to hire more than 70,000 seasonal workers this holiday season. Meanwhile, some other employers are cutting summer employees.
The International Energy Agency originally said surplus oil was starting to be used, but they have since reversed themselves.
Mayor Domenic Sarno, Superintendent Daniel Warwick, and other officials toured Springfield public school buildings on Tuesday.
As the regulation will be effective starting on October 1, two other crucial aspects to the regulation apply.
Construction is scheduled to take place on Wednesday and Thursday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Ashley/Cross St school project goes back to court.
Online payments will experience lower convenience fees and two drop boxes are installed for in person payments.