More than 100 UMass students and some professors participated in Friday’s event, which coincides with a national “general strike.”
The police say it’s a common problem and you may have experienced it. 22News talked to the Springfield Police about road rage.
Recent snowfall is providing some relief from the drought we have been experiencing for the better part of a year now.
Signs line Milton Street banning parking between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. during the week, and warning of a fine for idling.
Chapter 90 funding is the only money many communities receive from the state for roads and bridges.
22News explains how lawmakers will benefit from the new pay raise in more ways than one.
February has been looking and feeling like winter, but January was a different story.
Senators laid out bills to change the state’s criminal justice system, which they believe targets low-income residents and people of color.
President Donald Trump traveled to South Carolina this Friday afternoon to meet with leaders at Boeing.
One person was killed in a head-on collision on Friday. People who live near Route 9 in Belchertown said it’s a dangerous stretch of road.
Tom Fassbender, co-lead investigator in the Steven Avery case, speaks about allegations that investigators coerced Steven Avery’s nephew.
Dr. Phil sits down with Brittany and reveals what he has learned, and even asks her to prove she is pregnant.
Robert Jackson of Springfield was arrested following an investigation by Springfield narcotics detectives.
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A lawsuit filed for more than a million dollars after purchasing cosmetic contacts at the National Flea Market of Lubbock last year.
A Bristol police affidavit states suspects had made a suicide pact and never intended to get away with the crime.
Florida officer indicted on aggravated battery charges after shooting into suspect’s car in an incident captured on his body camera.
Book checked out from Pennsylvania library more than 75 years ago has finally been returned.
Florida man accused of plot to plant explosives inside Target stores in an effort to manipulate stock prices.
Experts say customer service and less stress are reasons online travel sites are losing ground to traditional travel agencies.