Tree removal can cost thousands, and insurance companies won’t help pay until a tree causes damage.
Three women who had accused Bill Cosby of the intentional infliction of emotional distress have had those claims dismissed.
The Chicopee Chamber of Commerce held their Night of Shining Stars gala Friday night at The Castle of Knights in Chicopee.
Landon began his professional hockey career five decades ago, having been selected in the 1969 amateur draft.
Hundreds of people paid their respects Friday night to a soldier from Ware who was killed while serving in Iraq last month.
A threat forced the evacuation of the Springfield Jewish Community Center Friday, and residents say they want the threats to stop.
Cold weather has moved in and it is only going to get colder as we head into the weekend.
For the fiscal year to date — which began July 1 — the state has collected $15.85 billion.
Ware Police said there have been a series of car break-ins in the area of South Street and West Street.
Auditor highlighted the issues surrounding protection from cyber attacks.
Western Massachusetts lawmakers told 22News they’re frustrated that they first heard about the plan on the news, rather than from the Baker …
Parents told 22News they have no problem with their children high fiving police officers at the end of the school week.
One New England governor is blaming Massachusetts for his state’s opioid crisis.
A Westfield State Senator is fighting back against Attorney General Maura Healey’s crackdown on “copycat” assault rifles.
Young thieves steal signs on Easthampton lawns that welcome refugees and immigrants into the community
Parking spaces missing meters in downtown Springfield are causing complaints from business owners. The Springfield Parking Authority has com…
Each year, for more than a decade, Sy has read a Dr. Seuss story to Ware School children on Read Across America Day.
Greenfield Savings Bank is opening two additional branches in Hampshire County.
East Haven police have arrested the man they say abandoned his pitbull in January.
The state required cities and towns to offer early voting in November, but didn’t give them any additional funding for it.