A ruling to throw out a law that restricts where sex offenders can live was upheld. This could impact 40 communities, including Springfield.
A water main break in Chicopee Falls caused major flooding on several streets Friday afternoon. 22News is working for you with the latest.
Northampton health officials are warning people to stay out of the Mill River, because a broken sewer line is leaking untreated sewage.
The three day 9/11 Memorial Wiffle Ball tournament honors fallen U.S. military personnel.
A new report shows that policies by the USDA have been enforced in school cafeterias correctly.
Gov. Baker formally swore in the new Superintendent of the Mass. State Police. 22News found out what big change he’s planning.
Deerfield police say that the suspect in a theft that was caught on surveillance video has confessed to the crime.
The debate over whether or not to pay fast food workers higher wages continues.
It’s the most abundant natural resource on Earth, but lots of people are willing to pay for it.
It’s back to school time, and police officers will be watching closely to see that traffic laws that protect children are followed.
People who live around West Oxbow Road say that the detour that has been suggested is impassable during the wintertime.