A crane had to be brought in to lift a car out of the icy waters of the Quaboag River, after it went off the Massachusetts Turnpike Monday m…
A 20 year-old UMass student died Saturday morning after being struck by a pickup truck on Route 9 in Belchertown.
Gov. Baker wants you to celebrate Valentine’s Day all week long. 22News found out if everyone’s on board with the proposal.
With low temperatures and even lower wind chills, people in western Massachusetts are forced to take extra precautions against the cold.
Drivers are being forced to inch out into the street in order to see around the huge mounds of snow, and that in and of itself can be very d…
dealerships offer incentives in the week leading up to Presidents Day, but even those sales weren’t enough to get people out of their homes …
More snow this weekend meant more plowing, shoveling and of course travel delays. 22News found out how travelers were impacted.
Back-to-back snowstorms have dropped more than 8 ft. of snow in Boston this winter. Residents are still struggling with snow-clogged streets…
The prolonged cold has made the ice quite thick, which is good news for ice fishermen, but they have encountered some new problems.
In this cold, all you want to do is turn up the heat. 22News found out how oil companies are keeping up with the demand.
Student drivers in Agawam got a first-hand look at just how dangerous it is to text and drive.
Connecticut has traditionally had a higher sales tax than Massachusetts, but Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy wants to change that.
The University of Massachusetts at Amherst has banned Iranian nationals from admission to certain graduate programs.
For anyone betting on the Northeast’s casino bonanza, the odds are long on projects hitting financial expectations.
The latest snow storm has left one person dead, apparently due to a heart attack while shoveling snow.
Pepperina has a high energy level and a very sweet, upbeat personality. She’s really happy playing fetch or enjoying her toys!
A science institute wants students at New England colleges to know if the school cafeteria seafood was pulled from the region’s waters.