Additional environmental review of the disputed Dakota Access oil pipeline is likely to take the rest of the year to complete.
The PVTA is facing a $1.2 million budget deficit, and to make up the difference, some routes may be eliminated.
If you plan to take pictures of the upcoming eclipse there are certain things you need to consider.
Mushrooms have been sprouting up on lawns all across western Massachusetts, but how do you get rid of them, and can they poison you?
Tuition is going up for UMass students. 22News found out why UMass wasn’t the only university to raise its tuition rates.
The town of Huntington is getting some road repair funds. Find out what they plan to fix.
Alyson Hannigan talks about the pros and cons of being an assistant to some of the magicians on Penn & Teller: Fool Us.
Deerfield police say that the driver ran off during an early morning traffic stop, but later showed up in court after a warrant was issued.
Masters of Illusion is new Fridays at 8/7c on The CW Springfield.
At a week old, little Mariana Sifrit contracted a deadly form of meningitis that doctors said she may have gotten from a kiss.
The week-long academy, run by Belchertown police, will include a mock crime scene, vehicle law enforcement, and K-9 operations.
A Florida man is bitten by an alligator while swimming in a popular Southwest Florida River.
If you’re spending a lot of time with the family this summer, it calls for a lot of great memories!
The One Call Away Foundation is hosting an event to provide PTSD awareness and support for our military and first responders.
Learn how to use buttercream and fondant to get your whole family baking together!
After a Chicopee police officer was cited for failure to completely stop at a red light, some local residents were confused.