For Boston Bruins center Patrice Bergeron, the 2014 Olympics were about more than winning a second gold medal with Canada.
Springfield Police have charged a 28-year-old woman for the murder of Craig Sheridan. This is the second homicide in Springfield this year.
Springfield police called the Department of Youth and Family Services after arresting a man for heroin possession while he had his six year-old son in the car.
The man who Boston police say was taken into custody near the Boston Marathon finish line carrying a backpack containing a rice cooker was arraigned in a city courtroom Wednesday.
The Springfield Police Department needs your help in identifying two suspects who attempted the steal a $500 Echo PB770 Backpack Blower.
In some spots the river levels will keep rising, making problems potentially worse on Thursday.
First on 22News, new information about MGM Springfield’s casino license timeline. The 22News I-Team discovered why MGM may ask for a delay.
E-cigarettes are still fairly new and account for only about one percent of sales in the tobacco market. A new Moody’s report predicts they could soon be regulated at the state and local levels.
Smartphones are expensive, and it costs even more money if yours is lost or stolen. 22News found out what cell providers are doing to stop thieves from getting your phone.
Many Americans can finally put tax season behind them. However, for nearly half, they avoided the burden of paying federal income tax.
Franklin County is gaining national news coverage for its increasing drug problem. 22News found out how some residents feel about the extra attention to their towns.
Springfield families gathered on Main Street Wednesday in protest of the deportation of undocumented immigrants. It’s all part of the national “Not One More Deportation” campaign.
Westfield’s mayor is dealing with a complaint made to the ethics commission.
The Massachusetts House has approved a bill authorizing the state to borrow nearly $13 billion to jumpstart major transportation projects around the state.
Gov. Deval Patrick is leaning against any further court action on the state’s bid to ban the powerful new painkiller Zohydro in Massachusetts.
The Massachusetts House is backing a bill that offers strategies for addressing the needs of the growing number of children diagnosed with autism.
For the first time in 18 years, the Pioneer Valley Chapter of the American Red Cross, and Red Cross Blood Services will all be under one roof.
Doctors tested dozens of western Massachusetts men and women Wednesday for a type of cancer caused by smoking and drinking. 22News spoke with those looking to get a clean bill of health.
The false alarm rate for tornado warnings is unfortunately way too high, so the National Weather Service is looking at changing the way they warn.
Residents say how much they received or owed for taxes has a big impact on who they vote for.