Wild turkeys, once common across New England, are back after disappearing from the region in the 19th century.
HARVARD, Mass. (AP) — A school superintendent in Massachusetts has asked police to investigate after swastikas and other offensive graffiti …
Holyoke Police Lt. Isais Cruz told 22News Dwight Street is currently blocked off from Oak to Linden Streets.
Saturday’s jackpot is the game’s highest since a $487 million jackpot on July 30 was won on a ticket sold in New Hampshire.
Police say shoppers shouldn’t leave gifts in their cars, as break-ins increase around the holidays.
While many people were inside shopping malls for Black Friday, others went to tree farms to bring home a Christmas tree.
Just a day after Thanksgiving, construction crews were back to work on the MGM resort casino project in Springfield’s South End.
Springfield Police say the suspect stole an AIC student’s wallet at the on campus library.
Black Friday shoppers had some challenges before they even got inside of Kohl’s in West Springfield.
The Paradise City lived up to its name on Friday as a shoppers paradise inside Thornes Marketplace.
22News is working for you with some things to keep in mind if you are planning on returning any holiday purchases you have made.
Columbia Gas crews worked around the clock to restore natural gas to dozens of businesses and homes on Liberty Street in downtown Springfiel…
The Festival of Trees is a major fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Clubs, which drew 14,000 visitors last year.
BOSTON (AP) — The highest court in Massachusetts has ruled that a man who was allowed to withdraw his guilty plea in a drug case because of …
Crowds lined Main Street in downtown Springfield to delight in the annual procession of the Big Balloons!
The Main Street store is also looking forward to Small Business Saturday, when many shoppers think about visiting independent retailers.
A combination of factors caused residents of the city to lose water pressure over the past week.
The trees will be raffled-off to lucky families at the conclusion of their tree festival on December 4.
The information on the thumb drives included names, birth dates, addresses, phone numbers, and medications.