A bicyclist who was struck by a car in Pittsfield Thursday night has died from his injuries.
There were 2 devastating fires in Holyoke in the first 2 weeks of 2017. The mayor and the fire department are calling for more funding.
The future for these 11 families looked uncertain earlier Thursday after the American Red Cross money ran out.
Eviction or relocation. That’s pretty much the only 2 options for a popular Ludlow brewing company that’s fighting to keep its doors open.
Hundreds of people from New England traveled to Washington D.C., hoping Trump is successful once he occupies the Oval Office.
Treasurer Goldberg established a task force to look into the post-prohibition regulations and laws governing the alcohol industry in Mass.
According to the police report, the couple had a fight and Stotts brought a gas can and ax into the home.
Joaquin Guzman, better known as El Chapo, was one of the world’s most wanted men.
Families were brought together for a 15 hour journey, through a bond unlike any other.
An 8-year-old was badly burned after watching and imitating a student seen on YouTube.
Many are horrified at the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency, but Iran’s president dismisses Trump’s claims as mere rhetoric.
It was not business as usual Thursday at Springfield Central High School. Grief counselors were on hand to help students cope.
Donald Trump will be sworn in as president of the United States Friday, and people from across Massachusetts are there to witness history.
22News Storm Team Meteorologist Nick Bannin explains why our weather right now is more like mid-March than mid-January.
Springfield police say that one person is in custody following a shooting and a chase that ended with a crash over the state line.
LeeAnn Thompson is accused of stealing money from taxpayers and the town from 2006 to 2011.
Some of the proposals include pushing for paid family and medical leave and expanding the state’s earned income tax credit.
One state lawmaker discovered a loophole that allows private sales to be completed without a federal background check.
A state commission said lawmakers should be paid more, but one South Deerfield resident traveled to the State House to disagree.
Students will analyze how successful the new president has been with respect to the goals he outlined for his administration.