Local, state, and federal authorities continue to investigate the crash of a plane in East Hartford, Connecticut.
The suspect who allegedly shot two Boston Police officers was wearing body armor. 22News looks into the regulations on body armor.
Several cats were apparently abandoned in a now vacant home located at 19 Queen Avenue in West Springfield.
The woman was engaging the elderly homeowner in conversation, while the man entered the home and stole items.
Investigators said the fire is not believed to be suspicious, but the investigation is ongoing.
22News found out how police officers tracked the elderly woman, who had found her way to another city.
Thursday morning Revitalize CDC held a breakfast to raise money so they can help more veterans.
22News explains why you may be paying more for health coverage during this year’s open enrollment.
The transgender community said they’re prepared to fight to prevent the state’s new transgender protections law from being repealed.
This will be one of Massachusetts’ largest solar installations, and it’s happening right here in Holyoke at the Mount Tom station.
The City of Northampton received a $30,000 grant award from the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and recreation.
The fall colors are out in force in Franklin County and businesses here are expecting many more new customers for the rest of the month.
1. Do diabetics know when their blood sugar is low? 2. Is whole milk yogurt now considered more healthful?
It was Barbara’s idea ten years ago to give Chicopee seniors free access to Bright Nights at Forest Park.
Columbia Gas Company opened a new operations center right next to the old operations center that was built in the 1960’s.
Suspected norovirus outbreak on Cape Cod linked to eating local shellfish.
Self-described “bounty hunter” wearing body armor killed after critically wounding two Boston police officers.
The aquifer has come up in countless conversations as the Westfield water crisis continues.
American Nurses Association Massachusetts is voicing concerns about possible health risks and increased impaired driving incidents.
The properties include two families, single families, and land parcels located in various neighborhoods across Springfield.