You may have to deal with rough driving conditions in I-391 in Holyoke and Chicopee for a few more years.
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This change would increase federal tax revenue by $1 trillion or more, but negatively affect certain states.
One in seven of people living with HIV in the U.S. don’t know they have it.
The money raised will benefit children who go to Shriners to get treated for a variety of medical conditions.
Westfield Public Schools investigated Thursday’s threatening message with the Westfield Police Department.
The New North Citizens Council is working to make sure the people who do come here will be able to stay with family and friends.
All the authors have been criticized on social media over the controversy.
The debate over a mural at the Dr. Seuss Museum has transformed into a debate over race.
Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse says he hopes incident sparks conversation about racial relations.
Police in Connecticut have stepped up security this Columbus Day after two Christopher Columbus statues were vandalized.
A note is being placed under the mural at the museum until it can be amended.
Authors declined an invitation to an event at the Amazing World of Dr. Seuss, due to a “jarring racial stereotype,” depicted in the mural.
Shanna Sharples was home at the Southampton Road Apartment Complex in Westfield last spring, when she allegedly had a baby, then disposed it…
22News reveal how art is being used to help investigate crimes.
One student was arrested at Palmer High School on Wednesday, charged with disorderly conduct and disturbing the school.
Some people expressed concerns about public safety, while others worried modifications to the law will lead some to the black market.
A Holyoke city councilor says nearly all of the people who are coming to our area are coming to stay with friends and family already here.
22News went to the school’s principal, after a parent wrote to us, upset with a new rule preventing students from having backpacks in class.
Mass shootings are disturbing for adults, so you can only imagine how children must feel.