Life-saving traffic signals and barriers could be coming to a Longmeadow rail crossing where 5 people have died.
Charlotte always regretted not finishing college when she was younger. Now, at 84-years-old, she’ll be completing the life time goal.
The school is working on a three-year plan to combat bullying, which will include feedback sessions with students, parents, and faculty.
Protecting defenseless animals. 22News was in Boston where animal advocates lobbied lawmakers to strengthen animal rights laws.
State lawmakers are considering a bill that would add a tax to drinks with added sugar, including soda and sports drinks.
Congressman Richard Neal addressed some difficult issues at a meeting in Franklin County.
The White House says the search for a new FBI director will begin immediately.
Some schools are saying that “fidget spinners” have become a major distraction in the classroom.
People come from all over to browse at the antique show, or to try and find that one hidden treasure.
Striped bass have made their way up the Connecticut River from the Atlantic Ocean.
22News is working for you with quicker and safer ways to get around Hadley and Amherst during UMass commencement weekend
A study found that mothers and fathers use ice cream differently to encourage good behavior in their children.
Edgewood Street was temporarily shut down while the Springfield Arson and Bomb Squad investigated the package.
Monday, Erving residents approved a nonbinding ballot question to retain the Turners Falls “Indians” team name.
Traffic will be moving so that construction crews can complete demolition of the outside lanes of the elevated highway.
For the 10th year in a row, Habitat for Humanity has been conducting National Women Build Week.
Irate passengers at a Florida airport following the cancellation of multiple Spirit Airlines flights.
Prosecutors say they can’t prove the engineer acted with “conscious disregard” when he accelerated the train to 106 mph on a 50 mph curve.
New parking garage survey reveals there may be up to 7,000 bodies buried on the campus of the University of Mississippi Medical Center.
Kelly says she gave birth to two of her father’s children and was brainwashed into believing it was “normal life.”