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Mayor Domenic Sarno and the Springfield Superintendent of Schools joined the cadets inside the Putnam Academy gymnasium.
It all comes down to getting your chimney cleaned regularly, which one chimney sweep says isn’t done often enough.
22News found out how a new law signed by Governor Baker impacts schools in Holyoke.
Local residents can sign up for classes to learn how to become casino game dealers.
Cooley Dickinson Hospital’s Mass General Cancer Center received more than $1,400 to help their cancer patients in financial need.
Improperly secured Christmas trees have caused more than 200,000 crashes in the U.S. since 2013.
The couple needs a permit from the town’s new building inspector to complete construction on their home.
Students and families participated in a pre-Hanukkah cook off Monday at Yeshiva Academy in Longmeadow.
A $10,000 check was presented to the Salvation Army on Tuesday at their Pearl Street location in Springfield.
All this week, visitors will have the opportunity to meet “Lucky” at the State’s Lottery Office in Springfield on Fort Street.
The Cat in the Hat, Peppa Pig, Strawberry Shortcake, and other giant inflatables paraded down Main Street Friday.
Fans were excited for this game, with both sides screaming and cheering on their respective teams.
Athol High School had an early lead, but had to withstand a 22-point rally by Mahar to extend their Thanksgiving winning streak.
Franklin County Tech secured another win against Pioneer Valley Regional in their Thanksgiving rivalry, beating the Panthers 34 to 24.
With so many people are back home for the Thanksgiving holiday, bars and restaurants are expecting a busy night.
Grocery stores were filled with people getting all of their last minute fixings for their Thanksgiving feasts.
The Southampton Water Department is asking all residents to take certain steps to reduce their exposure to lead.
Congressman Jim McGovern hopes the government will grant Lucio Perez permission to stay in the country.
Greenfield Police say they received a call about a dog howling incessantly at 51 Pray Drive around 1 a.m.
22News caught up with dozens of Monte’s March participants in Amherst.