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The city will conduct an assessment of Town Hall and other public spaces to ensure everyone can safely access them.
The opioid task force is they’re taking a comprehensive approach to drive down the number of people impacted by the addiction epidemic
The nurses have scheduled a one-day strike for next Wednesday, February 28.
Maple Syrup season is underway in Franklin County, there’s some concern about the health of some maple trees.
There were some slushy spots, but for the most part, skiers and riders loved the conditions at Berkshire East on Tuesday.
Residents will pay an average of $9 more per month on water and sewer combined.
The General Pierce Bridge connects Greenfield and Montague in Franklin County.
Montague became the first Franklin County town to approve zoning bylaws and a local sales tax for recreational marijuana on Thursday night.
22News has the latest details after speaking with both sides of the negotiations.
Franklin County Tech has completed their investigation into reports of raw chicken served at a school lunch last week.
The Connecticut River Conservancy said the shad sculpture serves as a reminder as to why they to protect the river.
Congressman McGovern contacted Baystate Franklin and the Massachusetts Nurses Association offering to help them agree on a contract.
Love was in the air in Franklin County on Valentine’s Day — shoppers filled the Sigda Flower Shop and Richardson’s Candy Kitchen.
The city is partnering with several local organizations to help residents get back into the workforce.
Greenfield DPW crews are out every day filling as many potholes that they can and they’re doing it without the best product to fix them.
If the resident spends no more than 30 percent of their gross income on housing costs, it’s considered affordable.
The higher rates will help the city pay the costs of repairing and replacing aging water and sewer infrastructure
According to the mayor’s office, the average residential consumer will see their combined water and sewer bill increase less than $9 month.
Unionized nurses have been in contract negotiations with the hospital for more than a year.