Dozens of dignitaries, family members, and friends gathered at the Barney Carriage House to celebrate the civil rights legend.
The East Longmeadow Town Council publicly interviewed three finalists, Wednesday night, for the Town Manager position.
Holiday hazards and some tips from the consumer product safety commission when decorating this holiday season.
It’s an issue that many people want quickly resolved. 22News looked into the flag flying policies at other schools in the Five College area.
You will have many opportunities to stop by the 22News Broadcast Center with your precious gift for a child in need.
The bill would recommend that trick-or-treating and other celebrations are held the last Saturday in October, rather than necessarily Octobe…
It was the O’Donnell Middle School that started the training and Chad Kelley is Alise’s sixth grade Health teacher.
Some people are calling these strange creatures washing up on shore, “jellyfish,” “balloons,” even “aliens.”
A new study indicates that, for older women, a high protein diet might not be the best thing.
22News is working for you with how the rain has helped certain towns in western Massachusetts.
President-Elect Donald Trump tweeted that anyone who burns the flag should have their citizenship revoked or face a year in jail.
Chicopee police are searching for a suspect in an early afternoon armed robbery.
Three Agawam Police Officers were fired after an investigation into an incident involving use of force at the police station.
The state’s lowest paid workers are pressuring lawmakers to raise the minimum wage to $15.
Governor Charlie Baker is calling the Massachusetts Turnpike’s transition to all electronic tolling a success.
Imagine this: A weekend festival of everything Dr. Seuss, in his hometown of Springfield.
One leading state official says that she does not want to see the Electoral College replaced.
There’s been a chronic issue with water leaking into a tunnel that leads to one of Springfield’s public schools for over a decade now.
Local employers from different fields came together at Greenfield Community College Wednesday to speak with students.
The Massachusetts State Lottery is looking for ways to boost sales, after sales of instant tickets have plummeted.