Workers and area residents are trying to figure out what to do next following the closure of a local hospital, the Route 5 Tunnel project has become more expensive, and the state auditor has some tough criticism for the DCF.
Staying Strong // The city of Boston and Americans across the country paused earlier this week to mark one year since the Boston Marathon bombings. Now, on Friday, the Boston Strong nation stopped once again to pay tribute to a different, though just as solemn, anniversary.
An alleged drug dealer who a police spokesperson says sold about a thousand bags of heroin each week was arrested after police set up surveillance near his Springfield home Thursday.
An avalanche swept down a climbing route on Mount Everest early Friday, April 18, killing at least 12 Nepalese guides and leaving three missing.
#22NewsMarathon With the big race only three days away, State Police are giving 22News and other members of the media a tour of their Command Post 1, located near the starting line in Hopkinton.
#22NewsMarathon Reporter Ryan Walsh took a ride along the 26.2 mile course of the world’s most famous marathon, to give you a look at the sights the runners will be seeing from Hopkinton to Boston.
Around the world, Christians are coming together in observance of Good Friday, which they believe was the day Jesus was crucified.
There are several items that spectators are being strongly discouraged from bringing to this year’s Marathon. 22News is working for you with a look at what to keep at home if you’re going to the race.
A fire at a house in Westfield may have been intentionally set
Over the past year we have, and will continue to tell, amazing stories of heroism at the finish line, but anyone can be a hero by donating blood; something that was critical to hundreds of victims of the Marathon bombing attacks.
Businesses on Boylston Street clearly demonstrate the “Boston Strong” spirit that emerged in the aftermath of the Marathon attacks, not only in how their workers helped bombing victims, but also in their resilience in the face of the great challenges during the days that followed.
22News reporter Kaitlin Goslee flew along with some of the the State Police Air Wing troopers in one of their newest helicopters, which they will have in the air on the day of the Boston Marathon.
The woman who lives in a Westfield house that was damaged in a fire Friday morning has been arrested for allegedly setting it herself.
Many western Massachusetts residents will join tens of thousands of runners this year at the Boston Marathon start line. 22News spoke with a Mount Holyoke College senior who will be running her second Marathon.
Runners and spectators at the Boston Marathon this year will have the ability to receive important public safety and emergency information with a new free app.
The Northwestern District Anti-Crime Task Force served a search warrant in Amherst on Tuesday, arresting two 20-year-olds and seizing psilocybin mushrooms, LSD, and marijuana.
Massachusetts State Police arrested a 37-year-old man from Holyoke after a routine traffic stop Wednesday night. The suspect was carrying an unlicensed firearm and heroin.
A college student who jumped to his death at a Denver hotel had eaten more of a marijuana cookie than was recommended by a seller, police records show.
Casino giant MGM has asked the Massachusetts Gaming Commission to award it a temporary license so it can begin construction on their $800 million casino in Springfield.
22News reporter Kaitlin Goslee went flying on Thursday, with the Massachusetts State Air Wing crew that played a critical role in capturing the second marathon bombing suspect.