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.
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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.
After some above normal temperatures earlier this week winter made a return. On Wednesday many of us woke up to a coating of snow and Thursday morning it was the cold.
The Massachusetts State Police will use four helicopters to protect the skies over the Boston Marathon route, and 22News reporter Kaitlin Goslee went for a ride in one of those helicopters Thursday.
22News reporter Kaitlin Goslee traveled to Framingham Thursday,where she flew in one of the helicopters that the State Police Air Wing will be using to provide security for the Marathon.
Drivers may soon notice an improvement on the local roads. 22News explains how communities plan to use their portion of the transportation funding.
A 28-year-old woman from Springfield pleaded not guilty in court Thursday morning, after being arrested for the murder of a 61 year-old man.
There will be plenty of new college graduates looking for work in the coming weeks, and if they’re interested in the broadcasting field, they might find a position Thursday at a job fair that is being held at Curry College in Milton.
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The crew of Coast Guard Cutter Seneca returned to their homeport in Boston on, after completing a 53-day deployment.
“Bulletproof” is actually a misnomer: here are 6 more things you should know.
Moose sightings tend to be more common in rural, wooded areas, but every once in a while, one of the giant animals shows up in a residential neighborhood.
Call it the Big Flush 2, and this time the sequel promises to be much bigger than the original.