The warm temperatures brought people outdoors this Christmas Day. Kids and young adults got in on the action at Forest Park.
It certainly didn’t feel like a typical New England Christmas. 22News talked to residents who took advantage of the warmth by golfing!
Coast Guard officials are reminding boaters and paddlers that area waters are still dangerously cold, despite the unseasonably weather.
Its smart to think about puppy-proofing your home before, or soon after, you bring a puppy home.
Christmas dinner is a family tradition for most people, but if you’re homeless, Christmas dinner takes on a whole new meaning.
It happens every year in Longmeadow. Dozens of volunteers donate their time to help nursing home workers who have a shift on Christmas Day.
Many people just didn’t feel like cooking breakfast, lunch and dinner on Christmas, so they left some of the cooking to someone else.
A statewide survey found that 25 of the 28 public universities now have their own food pantries or direct students to nearby pantries.
Pope Francis issued a Christmas Day prayer that recent peace processes for Syria and Libya will quickly end the suffering of their people.
Only U.S. two states say their facilities to house unaccompanied immigrant children following a request for options from the government.
Even the iconic Rockefeller Center Christmas tree has to come down after the holidays.
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Scott Elsass and Curtis Watson have fostered 49 children over a span of 13 years.
You’ve probably seen them online, on TV, or maybe even person: the new scooters, sometimes called hoverboards.
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One man feels lucky after two neighbors went out of their way to return the cash he lost; “Not everybody would do the same thing.”