An army of more than 450 volunteers planted 37,000 flags on the Boston Common, each symbolizing a life cut short and dreams left unfulfilled…
It was a somber day at the State House, as families gathered to remember their loved ones who disappeared and were never found.
The Massachusetts Conservation and Recreation Department opens its Western Massachusetts state parks for the summer season on Friday.
The state has a new plan that would cut spending on highways across Mass. 22News explains why and where the money would go.
Governor Baker said changing the sick time policy for state employees is the fiscally responsible thing to do.
The Northampton Police Dept. is the first in the state to sign on to the new program. 22News explains how its all about transparency.
22News shows you how western Mass. residents are reacting to delaying that “Rattlesnake Island” plan.
Public transportation in Boston has banned hoverboards from use on its buses, subways and trolleys.
The American Red Cross wants to remind you that there is a need for blood year round.
Open Pantry, the agency that provides food for the poor, will start growing a garden on its property at Spring and Temple Streets.
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An environment fair was held at Tower Square in Springfield, Thursday. 22News is working for you with one of the main attractions.
One lucky bidder could soon be the owner of a unique mansion, which is a replica of Thomas Jefferson’s iconic Virginia estate.
Airport managers and airline executives testify before Congressional hearing on TSA delays.
U.S. crude oil prices are currently at an all-time high for 2016. 22News found out if this is a concern for drivers.
Up until now, bans on plastic bags, like the one in Northampton, have been going into effect town by town.