22News counted more than 1,000 attending Springfield’s demonstration, where lawmakers rallied alongside students demanding more gun control.
22News talked to landscapers Saturday about when people can start working in their garden.
More than 100 children and their families bonded with the officers at holy name social center near the Forest Park X on Saturday.
After meeting the parish, finance and school boards, Bishop Rozanski took under advisement a proposal to keep the high school from closing.
An estimated 500,000 people are expected to gather for the “March For Our Lives” anti-gun violence rally in Washington this weekend.
An organization of educators and students stepped up to the plate for Lorraine’s kitchen, helping the agency with it’s collection needs.
The campaign gives information such as installing free smoke alarms, replacing batteries in alarms, and provides fire prevention and safety …
One school superintendent says each classroom in his district has been equipped with a bucket of stones as a last line of defense.
Anyone who doubted Pete Bruce learned not to after he proved so many doubters wrong.
Two firefighters responded to a call they will never forget this week.
Westfield residents are fighting to save St. Mary’s High School by holding a prayer vigil and support rally on Saturday.
Christine was a lifelong dancer and now a happy mother of two.
It was a chance for kids to interact with police officers in a very positive context.
State Department of Fire Services the fire started on the third floor on the victim’s rear porch, where he had a recliner for smoking.
More than seven million retail jobs could be replaced by automated kiosks and checkouts over the next decade.
Governor Charlie Baker Friday announced $450,000 in funding for the state’s wood stove change-out program.
Trump received recommendations from Defense Secretary Jim Mattis in February for dealing with transgender individuals in the military.
Toys ‘R’ Us, the nation’s largest independent toy seller,announced last week that it will be closing more than 700 stores across the country…
MassDOT plans to begin construction on the new bridge in 2021 and have it completed by 2023.
Hatfield Police told 22News, it’s unusual for violent crimes to take place in this town of 3,500 people, but he said residents are safe.