Every autumn, a Sunderland farmer transforms a massive cornfield into a maze.
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22News found out the benefits of setting up and running a farm stand in Franklin County.
22News spoke with state leaders who worked to build a stronger relationship between state and local government.
The Greenfield Town Council will vote on a proposed “safe city” ordinance.
Yankee Candle is looking for people with engineering backgrounds who could work as electricians and product technicians.
The “ClearThe Shelters” campaign is all about getting more people interested in adopting pets, which tends to be a safer bet at the shelter.
Dakin is raising the awareness for adopted pets locally and across the country with their “Clear The Shelters” adoption drive.
Greenfield is considering adopting a “Safe City” ordinance, but it has some residents concerned.
Eversource and National Grid are reminding customers to call 811 for all digging projects.
22News found out how it will help western Massachusetts schools gain access to food from local farms.
Several Massachusetts cities and towns have banned truck drivers from using their engine brake, or jake brake, which can be very noisy.
It’s a common cause of house fires. Someone left food cooking, unattended on their kitchen stove at Cliffside Apartments.
Organizers have spent the last 11 months preparing for the thousands visitors expected at this year’s Franklin County Fair.
Bernardston residents are asking the town to ban big rigs from using their engine brakes in town.
The New England Patriots will be back on the field Thursday night for their first pre-season game.
Belchertown police said numerous residents called in to report they received copies of “The Crusader” in their mailboxes.
A 25-year-old man who, they said, took off in one of their police cruisers, wearing only his underpants.
The Pioneer Valley Chinese Immersion Charter School is asking the state to allow them to double the number of students at their school.
It was a devastating year for local fruit farmers year, but this year’s crop is making up for it.
The state and federal governments are both supporting the solar energy industry, and it’s taking off in Franklin County.