It has been a year since Massachusetts launched a new program to curb prescription opioid abuse.
Some Northampton residents said they don’t agree with businesses to link their cameras to the police department.
Recent renovations of Union Station to increased transit service offerings were some of the many topics officials spoke about.
More than 200 law enforcement and medical professionals met in Hadley for a hoarding disorder conference Wednesday.
It’s meant to give sexual assault victims a platform to share their experiences, and raise awareness about the scope of the problem.
A new study in Boston finds that self-driving cars could ease congestion but might also lead to more cars on the road.
In an effort to maximize fuel efficiency, some car makers are eliminating spare tires from new vehicles.
Massachusetts education officials publicly released the spring 2017 test results on Wednesday.
A young boy’s attempt to lend President Trump a helping hand didn’t end the way he’d expected.
The legislation comes in the aftermath of one of the deadliest mass shootings in U.S. history—58 people murdered and about 500 wounded.
Police told 22News a woman was hit by a car then a second car around 5:26 p.m., on Wednesday.
More than 100 volunteers aimed to improve homes in Holyoke’s Springdale neighborhood Wednesday.
Franklin County Tech is one of more than 30 Massachusetts high schools receiving a Skills Capital Grant, which allows students to train with…
There’s a call to have the state step in and help save children’s ability to see.
22News explains how one executive office is using state funding to improve local infrastructure.
Health science fields will have a new home at American International College, in a new building the college broke ground on Wednesday.