After a slow economic recovery, Massachusetts is “moderately prepared” to weather a recession, a credit analyst said Wednesday.
Such tight games typically leave little room for error. That means special teams play could play a big role Monday night.
Scientists say the bugs already are driving some tree species toward extinction and are causing billions of dollars a year in damage.
Thursday night, MGM will open a $1.4 billion resort casino outside Washington, D.C., and 22News will be there!
Robert Greenleaf told 22News that there was a spirit of unity following the 1941 attack that is missing in today’s United States.
The layoffs are part of a consolidation of the company’s divisions. A spokesperson says less than 1% of the overall workforce will be impact…
The notice asks parents to make sure nothing hangs from their child’s backpack or clothes that could potentially snag in the bus doors.
Millions of Americans may not be getting tax refunds in January. 22News explains why the IRS is delaying the refunds.
Holland police say that about 100 pieces of finished lumber were taken from outside the house on Kimball Hill Road.
The 12 foot-tall monument, which will be known as “Twin Shadows,” will be sculpted from a steel beam that came down in the 2001 attack.
Byproducts of a long-closed gas works in Springfield’s South End remain in the Connecticut River, and an effort to clean it up is underway.
A third dose of the MMR vaccine is currently being talked about as cases continue to grow particulary at college campuses.
Propane is used to heat many homes and businesses in the winter and can also be used to run appliances like generators.
22News explains why Massachusetts adults might have to wait longer than December 15 to legally get high.
Bullying, cyber bullying, and sexting are all concerns being faced by students.
Veterans’ organizations, military members, federal, state, and local officials attended Wednesday’s ceremony to mark the 75th anniversary.
The town is counting on the state to cover half the cost and the community is hoping to fund-raise the rest.
After 60 years, Don Gleason’s Camping Supply is closing its doors at Pearl St., but the online portion of the store will still be operating.
Secretary of State’s office said they plan to see how other states roll out automatic voter registration before implementing it here.
22News explains what programs and services were impacted by the mid-year budget cuts.