A former sushi chef for the Zen restaurant in downtown Northampton, said it took him 14 years to work his way up to minimum wage.
The Massachusetts town made national news when it extended its weeknight concert curfew for the Sept. 14 show by 15 minutes.
New England improved to 3-0 without Brady, who has one game remaining on his “Deflategate” suspension.
Yahoo account holders now need to know how to protect their information before it’s too late
A man charged with plotting to help the Islamic State group pleaded guilty on Thursday to conspiracy charges.
John Vancini advertised his 2003 Acura CL last week on Craigslist and was given counterfeit money.
22News is in Washington, where members of the Springfield Regional Chamber are meeting with members of Congress.
The second public meeting was held to discuss the relocation of 51 refugees from Syria, Burundi and the Congo.
BOSTON (AP) — A Swede who wrote a trilogy about collecting bugs, an Egyptian doctor who put pants on rats to study their sex lives and a Bri…
The surrounding area around Barnes may feel the ground shake.
The new report ranked Massachusetts 46th out of all U.S. states in terms of of their highways condition and cost-effectiveness.
MGM Springfield executives met with state gaming regulators with a construction update. 22News explains the progress that’s being made on th…
The library allegedly lost power.
Southwick DPW Director Randy Brown has seen the average gallons per day of outdoor water use drop since the water restriction was put into e…
Massachusetts Secretary of State William Galvin reminded voters that they don’t have to wait until November to cast their ballot.
You will no longer have to stop at the Mass Pike Toll booths after Friday, October 28th.
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The storm hit the Eastern Exposition fairgrounds in West Springfield while the fair was underway.
Nearly 200 law enforcement officials and first responders gathered in Hadley to learn about non-deadly strangulation.
The governor said that the state should always have concern about refugee resettlement, but he has faith in the federal vetting process.