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The bill has been opposed by Democrats and some moderate Republicans, as well as some very conservative members of the GOP.
Two motorcycle accidents, in two days this week in western Massachusetts. In one of them, a Springfield man lost his life.
While originally thought to be a duck, Greenfield police say a bird they took into custody on Monday is actually an American buff goose.
“Eddie’s Wheels for Pets” designs and manufactures custom-made wheelchairs for handicapped pets.
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It’s been almost one month since a tornado ripped through the Franklin County town of Conway.
It’s International Day of Happiness, but new research finds the U.S. not to too far from the top of happiest countries.
The Planning Board is asking residents for their input about their proposed bylaw changes.
Many cross country skiers are enjoying ideal conditions thanks to Tuesday’s nor’easter.
22News found out why the Chandler’s Restaurant is shutting down now after two decades.
When the stations are closed, truck drivers still have to be aware of spot checks by Massachusetts State Police.
State agriculture officials visit maple producers as part of “Massachusetts Maple Month”.
22News stopped by Berkshire East in Charlemont to find out if there’s good skiing ahead.
The governor has a saying: “Don’t crowd the plows! When it snows hard, you want to take it slow, especially around the plows working to keep…
The town’s DPW director is hoping that they will be able to have most roads cleared in time for the morning commute Wednesday.
Today’s storm resulted in more than a foot of snow around Franklin County, which required snow plowing services to be put to work.
People in Greenfield are getting ready for a lot of snow Tuesday. 22News found out out how these big winter storms are tough on businesses.
The center, which is located on Federal Street, provides treatment and detox for people 18 and older who are struggling with drug addiction.
Ski conditions are expected to be ideal over the next couple weeks and that’s because temperatures are dropping.