The U.K.’s unprecedented decision to leave the European Union sent shockwaves through the country and around the world Friday.
A bill on Beacon Hill may make criminals think twice before they assault a police officer. 22News spoke with the Governor’s latest proposal.
New funding has been awarded to 12 western Massachusetts cities and towns to help address the skills gap.
Officers from different police departments in western Mass. are working together to discover who’s been breaking in to local businesses.
The Springfield Catholic Diocese is auctioning off some of the treasures salvaged from Cathedral High School for a good cause.
Some good news during this global crisis, now is the time for millennials to start investing in the stock market.
Several batches of Lance Oyster Crackers have been voluntarily recalled by Snyder’s-Lance because they may be contaminated.
Matthews arrives at a time when the Maple Leafs usher in the 100th year of professional hockey being played in Canada’s largest city.
A leading anti-gun violence activist is launching a new national political action committee for contributions to battle the firearms lobby.
Ainge said he had no regrets about drafting California forward Jaylen Brown with the No. 3 overall pick Thursday night.
Great Britain’s vote to break free from the European Union sent ripples through the world’s financial markets Friday.
A woman who claims Bill Cosby sexually assaulted her back in 1965 filed a motion at federal court in Springfield to end her lawsuit.
As we get closer to Independence Day, cities and towns will start having fireworks celebrations, but fireworks for private use are illegal.
State police are still looking into the cause of an ATV crash that killed a 26 year-old man, and seriously injured a 30 year-old woman.
Many of the items up for auction were found in an apartment in California, where Bulger was captured in 2011 after 16 years on the run.
22News examined the referendum that triggered the resignation of a Prime Minister, and caused global turmoil.