The number that Kathrine Switzer wore when she became the first woman to officially enter the race will no longer be assigned.
Members of a Massachusetts fire department have been placed on leave following allegations of a sex scandal against the servicemen.
BOSTON (AP) — Boston police are searching for a gunman who fatally shot a young man in the city’s Dorchester neighborhood. Police Commission…
The Greenfield Police Department said the discovery of discarded dirty needles happens all too often these days.
Northampton Police are warning drivers to not drink and drive after an uptick of OUI’s last weekend.
Lawmakers and survivors of sexual assault told 22News colleges aren’t adequately handling instances of sexual harassment and violence.
A Grand Opening Gala for Union Station will be held on June 24, with open houses scheduled for the following day.
The jury in the double-murder trial of the ex-NFL star has completed its fifth day of deliberations without reaching a verdict.
With warm weather comes an increase in foot traffic and people outside, which also brings complaints about students.
The base’s C-5Bs left one-by-one for modernization and will return as C-5 M Super Galaxy models.
Experienced and new firefighters got the chance Thursday to learn how to better respond to emergencies on the water.
22News explains why Housing Authorities are asking Massachusetts lawmakers for more funding.
The “Saving by Shaving” event has raised over $15 million in the four years since it’s started shaving hair for cancer research.
Catholics got a get out of lent free card on St. Patrick’s Day. There will be no such dispensation on Good Friday.
The Town of Amherst memorialized John Musante, Thursday afternoon, by planting a tree in his honor at the Town Common.
UMass Amherst held a ceremony to celebrate the expansion and renovation of one of their oldest buildings on campus.
Beginning in May, Chicopee rubbish collection will feature more recycling and less garbage.
Local business owners told 22News that opening day is a big day they’ve been waiting for.
Presenters explained that women in the building trades receive pay equal to those of their male counterparts.
Students at the Springfield school that bears his name sent a live birthday message to the businessman, who now lives in Florida.