Mayor Walsh is seeking of creating city ID cards that could be used to access the city’s services, banks and cultural institutions.
The NFL and Special Olympics are teaming up to allow those with and without disabilities to compete together in flag football.
Police officer Tim Schwering’s body cam video shows him smashing a car window open with his baton.
The American Red Cross urges any town officials, or friends and family, to donate blood.
Wells Fargo’s new CEO said the bank has reviewed all employee reports made to their ethics line over the past five years.
The nonprofit group Healing Abuse Working for Change fired Rachel Morgan after police arrested her Wednesday.
Student researchers who spent months watching cartoons questioned why almost all female sidekicks look like nerds.
The St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office set up a sting after an informant reported that she’d paid Mecca earlier in marijuana.
People took part in women’s marches around the world on Saturday. 22News spoke with local women who marched in Washington D.C.
The new Registry location on St. James Avenue is about 70% larger than the former RMV on Liberty Street downtown.
22News spoke with Governor Charlie Baker on Monday about the topics he plans to focus on in the State of the Commonwealth address.
A report of a man going around checking out car door handles to see which vehicles were unlocked, resulted in an arrest Sunday morning.
Residents can bring old or unwanted prescription drugs to drop off boxes at police stations around western Massachusetts.
The improvised bomb that included a propane tank exploded Friday morning outside a police substation in South Boston.
A Boston man has pleaded not guilty to pulling a fire alarm at the Steelers hotel the night before their game against New England.
Shawna Golba was last seen on December 27. Chicopee police say that she may be in the Springfield area.