A conference at UMass Amherst on Tuesday was all about green technologies and green jobs.
Bob dropped the bags off at the State Police Barracks, so they can hand them out when they see someone homeless in need.
Farm stands are staying open longer and farmers are yielding bigger crops due to the warm, dry weather.
October is domestic violence awareness month. 22News explains what the state is doing to address the issue.
Lawmakers on Beacon Hill are cracking down on animal cruelty.
22News is working for you with why spawning trout is so important here in western Massachusetts.
Massachusetts is one of 18 states suing the U.S. Dept of Education over its decision to block an Obama-era rule designed to protect students…
This was the sixth consecutive year the Northwestern DA’s Office has held this youth conference at GCC.
Having no service is a common problem in the rural Franklin County towns. For some residents, DSL is their only option to connect to the int…
An undercover sting targeting human trafficking and online prostitution in Florida ended with 277 arrests that included doctors and cops.
The judge’s order prevents acting Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson from implementing the ban.
President Trump says he’ll support a new bipartisan health care plan that would restore the Obamacare subsidy payments, which he just elimin…
The Campus Center is set to undergo a two-year, $43.5 million renovation which will focus on making the building watertight.
Ronald E. Langevin worked at 22News for 35 years before retiring in 1990.
Ready-to-eat salami and capocollo were produced from January 30, 2017 to August 21, 2017 and sold in several states including Massachusetts.
Growing lists of breeds maintained by insurers, is forcing homeowners to give up their pets, putting burdens on animal welfare agencies.