Authorities in Middleborough say two people have been killed in a two-car head-on crash on Route 44.
For jaded Formula One fans weary of Sebastian Vettel’s dominance, an overdue shake-up is coming.
As proponents of labeling genetically engineered food make a pitch to require labels, the food industry argues it is an unnecessary move that only the federal government can dictate.
The so-called “net-metering cap” limits to 3 percent of peak load capacity the amount of power that a homeowner, business or municipality can produce on site and receive credits on their electric bills.
On a whim, I decided to follow suit and get tested. My diagnosis: ADD. Finally my entire childhood made sense!
Moving swiftly to address driver safety concerns, NASCAR on Tuesday banned cool-down laps and will start allowing teams to hook up cooling units to their engines on pit road — the first major changes to the popular new knockout qualifying format unveiled this season.
It does not appear a crime was committed in the deaths of two people whose bodies were found inside a car in Lebanon, Connecticut.
Mayor Alex Morse says he’s suspending use of his city car while policies on take-home vehicles are reviewed in Holyoke. The Mayor addressed the controversy involving his cousin’s OUI charge while driving his city vehicle.
Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse asked the Attorney General Tuesday afternoon for receivership of the Geriatric Authority of Holyoke.
Colorado Tax Officials calculated how much money was made by the state’s new recreational marijuana business. 22News explains how much money a state can benefit from legalized marijuana.
About 100 to 150 students and members of the community gathered and marched Tuesday afternoon to protest what they claim to be police brutality.
A climate phenomenon known as El Niño could return later this year, bringing significant weather impacts to the United States.
With just over a week until spring, history shows we can still get snow into early spring. 22News takes a look at the possibility of western Mass. getting more snow before next winter.
A contractor will spend the next two to three years in prison for failing to do thousands of dollars worth of renovations on a woman’s Franklin County home.
A woman has been arrested after state police say they found cocaine hidden inside a diaper bag that was in her car.
A fugitive from Springfield wanted on child rape charges since 1997 has been arrested in Georgia.
Springfield Bishop Timothy McDonnell is still waiting to hear about his retirement.
We’ve heard statistics over the years that suggest couples who live together before marriage are more likely to get divorced later on, but as a new study argues cohabitation is not a risk factor for failure.
Electronic cigarettes are quickly gaining popularity as a way to quit smoking, but the Food and Drug Administration says that their potential risks are unknown.
After some improvement, the nation’s credit card debt is back on the rise. 22News takes a look at why and what you can do to effectively manage your credit card debt.