In football-crazy states, some players have faced suspension and others have reported harassment or even threats over their stance.
Shut down since Sept. 6 due to a valve problem, Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station remained offline Wednesday after a “mechanical issue.”
The Patriots were on the practice field Wednesday for the first time this week after players were off Tuesday, with a few exceptions.
Following a public comment period in June, the Baker administration made changes to its so-called MassHealth waiver extension request.
Cases were dismissed this week and more are being reviewed following an investigation into a Mass. police department’s evidence room.
America’s oldest lighthouse station, Boston Light, is being honored as it turns 300 years old.
Prosecutors gave a vivid account of how they believe Cara Rintala killed her wife, while the defense said they will have a hard time proving…
The fight over a possible Indian Burial Ground reached Federal Court on Wednesday. The 22News I-Team got a look at the land in question.
Western Massachusetts might be warmer than expected this Fall. 22News is working for you with the outlook for the next three months.
Incidents in Longmeadow and Hadley highlight the importance of teaching children to be vigilant.
Police need the public’s help with identifying three men wanted for allegedly breaking into a property in the Town of Erving.
Police Chief Leonard Campanello was recently honored at the White House for his work battling opioid addiction.
The National Weather Service confirmed a microburst hit Egremont early Sunday morning.
More than five years after the June 1st, 2011 tornado, construction on the new South End Community Center has finally begun.
The state is switching to all-electronic, and if you don’t get a transponder soon, you’ll be paying a higher rate to use the Pike.
Another proposal would increase the cost to park on Main Street, but allow drivers to remain parked there for two hours, instead of just one…
The ACLU is challenging laws like those on the books in Massachusetts, saying banning ballot photos is a violation of freedom of speech.
If you thought it was hotter than normal this past summer you were right. 22News is working for you with just how hot it was.
Those water restrictions have gotten so tight that Amherst College actually has to have water delivered.
Budget managers and economists are trying to determine if lower state tax collections are part of a larger trend, or just a short term blip.