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Bradley Cooper’s culinary drama “Burnt” leads this week’s new Blu-ray and DVD releases.
We’ve all had road rage, but the cause of the anger might not be the motorist, it might be you.
Col. Al Lupenski has been commander of the 439th Airlift Wing since 2014.
It appears that Dave DeGuglielmo has become the first casualty of the New England Patriots’ loss in Sunday’s AFC Championship game.
Police in Springfield are searching for a suspect in the city’s first homicide of the year.
A two year old hound dog unexpectedly joined the race after she was let outside by her owners.
When people think of surrendering, they often think of giving up, losing or caving in. However, surrendering in the psychological and spirit…
Whole Foods is recalling approximately 73,898 pounds of pepperoni pizza products due to misbranding.
A new report says a perk for MBTA workers that allows them to count unused sick days to pad their pensions will cost taxpayers $72 million.
The man found unresponsive in a Pittsfield parking lot was from Springfield.
22News is working for you with when you should send your child to school, and when you should keep them home sick.
The closures are so shielding can be put into place for the demolition of the I-91 bridge deck- expected to begin in February.
Tuesday’s vote on design changes has been postponed, but MGM is pushing for another approval to keep on track.
Be careful improving your credit score. Schemers can not only steal your information, but may also turn you into a crook.
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders on Monday night each cast themselves as life-long champions for tackling economic inequality.