The bill would help city and town governments operate more efficiently.
22News found out changing your power source isn’t always as quick as flipping a switch.
Warren police say that about two thirds of the students at Quaboag Regional Middle High School stayed home because of the threat.
Federal officials are still trying to figure out what led to the radicalization of terrorists Tashfeen Malik and Syed Farook.
The Obama administration will announce a new terror alert system “in the coming days.”
It’s not often western Massachusetts enjoys such a mild December day. It’s most unusual to have so much of this weather during December.
Republican Gov. Charlie Baker is backing a plan by Pres. Obama which would prevent those on a terror watch list from legally buying guns.
President Obama admits the ISIS threat is escalating, but he outlined several key steps in defeating terrorism.
A man charged with prompting a bomb scare in Boston near a Department of Homeland Security vehicle has been held on bail.
It was more a matter of luck than anything else, but it was an amazing 1-2 seconds caught live on television Sunday morning.
Find out what’s concerning health officials about the rate of overdose deaths in the state.
New England Patient Network is trying to build a medical marijuana dispensary in Deerfield. 22News looked into when this may happen.
The college graduates about 350 health care professionals every year.
The Hanukah season has officially started its celebration in Springfield, and the Menorah is burning bright Monday night in Court Square.
Dozens of people gathered in downtown Westfield Monday morning, to honor those who died at Pearl Harbor, and throughout WWII.
93 year-old Joseph Mieleszko is the last living Pearl Harbor veteran at the Holyoke Soldiers Home.