Former Adams resident Alexander Ciccolo is accused of plotting an ISIS-style attack on a college campus.
The Town of West Springfield plans to condemn the River Street property for its alleged use as a long-term rooming house.
The JCC Association of North America says 54 Jewish community centers have been threatened since January.
Three are in the so-called habitable zone, the area around a star where water and, possibly life, might exist.
The German automaker has offered to buy back cars involved in an emissions scandal, but some former owners say their payments are delayed.
Three people were taken to Baystate Medical Center Tuesday night after their car crashed off a Mass Pike ramp.
Pfc. Brian Odiorne died Monday in a “non-combat” incident while serving in Iraq. His death is still being investigated by the military.
A group of coalition leaders urged the governor to work with other states to double the annual rate of reduction in carbon emissions.
Ford’s aircraft came close enough that its shadow distinctly passed over the jet last week at John Wayne Airport in Orange County.
Want to save money on airline tickets? American Airlines is offering a new low-cost option, but it comes without some common conveniences.
22News went to Gould’s Sugar House in Shelburne Falls to see how the maple sugar process is started.
Connecticut is considering a bill that would force the electoral college to follow the popular vote in presidential elections.
The Baker administration wants to simplify the way construction and trade workers get a professional license.
Stores are busy selling tickets ahead of Wednesday night’s drawing, the highest Powerball has had since November.
The weather is warming up, but that doesn’t mean the flu is going away. Flu season can last well into the spring months!
When temperatures go from cold to warm, it can be confusing for plants.
22News was there as friends and family cut the cake for a 103 and 105-year-old women.
Hector Campos shot his neighbor Ana Weed, a mother and grandmother, after an altercation in his driveway.
Homeland Security officials say mass round-ups won’t be part of new Trump immigration orders, but millions still face deportation.
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