You can use your glasses indefinitely as long as they aren’t broken or scratched, and are up to the ISO code.
Kansas police are letting everyone in on the joke after two teens trying to look tough in front of a police car ended up the laughingstock.
Chicopee police say that the suspect had been kicking parked cars, and then later approached a police officer with clenched fists.
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A 60 year-old woman died Saturday after she was struck by a car while crossing Williams Street.
Passenger advocate groups say compensation for flights would be greatly improved if U.S. airlines adopted the same policies used in Europe.
Local observatories and astronomy organizations have organized events for you to safely view Monday’s partial eclipse.
President Donald Trump will speak to the nation focusing on Afghanistan and southern Asia.
The USS John S. McCain sustained damage on its port side aft, or left rear, from the collision with the Alnic MC.
The dinner was a fundraiser to honor the late Dr. Henry Welfing, who taught at the school for over 30 years.
22News spoke with western Massachusetts residents about the best ways to prepare for the beginning of the new school year.
The victim told detectives where the crime allegedly happened and they started investigating on Hampden Street.
Critics loved “Logan Lucky” and gave a big collective shrug to “The Hitman’s Bodyguard,” but audiences went their own way at theaters.
22News spoke with local veterans who were glad to have an opportunity to meet and form a bond with other veterans and their families.
Worshipers at St. John’s Congregational Church in Springfield fondly remembered this American icon.
You might be tempted to head over the border for Connecticut’s sales tax holiday, but you wouldn’t be saving as much as you might think.
The mother of basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal attended a worship service and inspired a young audience at the Basketball Hall of Fame.
Publicist Candi Cazau says Lewis died Sunday of natural causes in Las Vegas with his family by his side.
Dozens of cats and dogs were adopted from the Springfield and Franklin county locations.
The Boston Police Department deployed 500 officers throughout Boston Common to keep the peace during Saturday’s protests.