22News shot this video of used surgical gloves, candy wrappers, and other trash scattered throughout Pearl Street and into people’s yards.
The claim form on the city’s website will ask for a description of your damage and details of the incident.
The 22News I-Team investigated why so many addicts start selling the same drugs that ruined their lives.
The City of Northampton says recreational marijuana will be sold in the city as soon as this summer.
Some Springfield residents are questioning the process for promoting police officers.
New research calls into question what’s in those IV bags that nearly every hospitalized patient gets.
Diners hoping to have lunch outside during the warmer temperatures likely found the patios closed.
The Fuller Road reconstruction project is expected to improve the safety of not only drivers but pedestrians as well.
If you can believe it, smartphones have only been in existence for 10 years and yet it has revolutionized our world, for better or worse.
Kushner had been operating with an interim clearance at the “top secret/sensitive compartmented information” level for more than a year.
The U.S. response to Russian meddling and disinformation campaigns has not been strong enough to deter Moscow’s activities.
Two police chiefs associations expressed their support for a compromised version of the Safe Communities Act Tuesday.
The city of Easthampton wants to put some space between schools and retail marijuana establishments.
Kocot died last Thursday at the age of 61 after a brief illness.
A bill being considered at the State House would allow dental therapists to practice in the state.
22News explains why the Friendly’s restaurant in South Hadley shut its doors, and what’s next for the plaza.
The Regional Housing Network released a report on the status of a homelessness prevention program.
22News is tracking more rain and possibly even some snow this week and its impact on local rivers.
A family spokesperson said Ensa died from renal disease, and that Ensa had suffered from kidney problems all her life.
Public Health officials are urging everyone to continue taking precautions to avoid getting the flu.