The owner of a brownstone where two firefighters were killed in a wind-fueled fire has filed a civil lawsuit alleging negligence by welders working next door.
Springfield Police need your help finding a missing teenager.
How much would you pay for a chance to instantly win $15 million? The state is hoping that you’ll think $30 is a fair amount.
The number of baby lobsters settling off the rocky coast of Maine continues to steadily decline, possibly foreshadowing an end to the recent record catches that have boosted New England’s lobster fishery, scientists say.
The Food and Drug Administration could start regulating electronic cigarettes as early as this month.
There are powdered packets to change the flavor of your water, but what about packets to change your water into alcohol. 22News found out how some people feel about alcohol powder.
Tuesday is Earth Day. There is a simple way you can reduce your impact on the environment and help a local domestic violence agency at the same time.
Harlan Kent, the President and CEO of Yankee Candle, is leaving the company. Kent has been with the company for 13 years.
The arraignment has been postponed for a woman charged with operating under the influence and damaging a high school athletic field.
A man who was hit by a car in the Feeding Hills section of Agawam last week remains in critical condition at Baystate Medical Center, five days after the accident.
Jury selection will continue Wednesday for the trial of the second suspect accused of killing three men in Pittsfield.
State Department of Children and Families employees are stepping up demands for state officials to take action to reduce social worker caseload.
A Massachusetts State Police dog is being credited with finding a missing boy in Hampshire County.
It’s spring in western Massachusetts, and along with the budding trees and blooming flowers, charity walks become a much more common site at local parks, but a policy at one local park may be keeping some nonprofits away.
Recent droughts send cattle prices to their highest levels since 1987.
The city of Springfield got a littler greener this Earth Day.
Tuesday is Earth Day, and police officers in Westfield did their part, by participating in a cleanup effort at a city apartment complex.
Spring has finally sprung and everyone – including wild animals – is out enjoying the warmer weather.
Heart disease and stroke continue to be the nation’s No. 1 and No. 4 killers, buy you can take strides to get heart healthy at this year’s Pioneer Valley Heart Walk.