Easter weekend means big business for supermarkets. But there’s also a big demand for specialty foods. 22News found out what shoppers are buying for the holiday.
A demonstration in Springfield Friday confirmed just how dangerous distracted driving can be. 22News saw first hand the possible consequences of driving distracted.
With thousands of people looking on, the annual “Way of the Cross” re-enactment began at Blessed Sacrament church in Springfield’s North End on Friday.
Bail was set at $2,500 for a woman charged with hitting a pedestrian while driving drunk in Feeding Hills Thursday afternoon.
#22NewsMarathon Thousands of runners came to the Hynes Convention Center in Boston on Friday, in order to pick up their bibs for the race.
BREAKING NEWS // The State Medical Examiner’s office is looking into whether a body found near Interstate 190 in the town of Sterling was that of missing 5 year-old Jeremiah Oliver.
Staying Strong // The city of Boston and Americans across the country paused earlier this week to mark one year since the Boston Marathon bombings. Now, on Friday, the Boston Strong nation stopped once again to pay tribute to a different, though just as solemn, anniversary.
The long-running work on the Roosevelt Avenue dry bridge is almost done, but before it finishes for good, the roadway will be temporarily closed.
An alleged drug dealer who a police spokesperson says sold about a thousand bags of heroin each week was arrested after police set up surveillance near his Springfield home Thursday.
Teens face many difficult issues in their lives, and sometimes those issues are best dealt with not by adults, but through people their own age.
We are a little more than a month away from finding out whether or not MGM Springfield will be awarded a casino license, but a proposal to reverse the state’s casino laws could have an effect on that process.
#22NewsMarathon UMass Dr. Pierre Rouzier was at the finish line, working triage, after the bombs went off. The best medicine for him is telling the story of his experiences following the bombing, and the year of healing that everyone has been through.
#22NewsMarathon With the big race only three days away, State Police are giving 22News and other members of the media a tour of their Command Post 1, located near the starting line in Hopkinton.
#22NewsMarathon Reporter Ryan Walsh took a ride along the 26.2 mile course of the world’s most famous marathon, to give you a look at the sights the runners will be seeing from Hopkinton to Boston.
The company that owns the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant wants to do away with the 10-mile emergency planning zone surrounding the reactor after it ceases operation later this year.
There are several items that spectators are being strongly discouraged from bringing to this year’s Marathon. 22News is working for you with a look at what to keep at home if you’re going to the race.
A fire at a house in Westfield may have been intentionally set
Over the past year we have, and will continue to tell, amazing stories of heroism at the finish line, but anyone can be a hero by donating blood; something that was critical to hundreds of victims of the Marathon bombing attacks.
Businesses on Boylston Street clearly demonstrate the “Boston Strong” spirit that emerged in the aftermath of the Marathon attacks, not only in how their workers helped bombing victims, but also in their resilience in the face of the great challenges during the days that followed.
22News reporter Kaitlin Goslee flew along with some of the the State Police Air Wing troopers in one of their newest helicopters, which they will have in the air on the day of the Boston Marathon.