The VA of Central Western Massachusetts is helping hurricane victims in Puerto Rico.
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Northampton wants to reduce dangerous driving near stopped school buses. They support legislation that would further enforce the state’s sch…
Monday’s meeting at the Quabbin Visitors Center in Belchertown is open to public and begins at 7:30 p.m.
Students at Springfield Technical Community College got a glimpse into their futures on Thursday.
The school district will have to pay back money they collected in Medicaid reimbursements, a billing mistake that goes back several years.
The 3 year grant will help the Franklin County CDC improve their food processing center and increase sales to retail markets.
The Greenfield School Committee is looking to clarify the policy established in May, which prohibits students from bringing food into the cl…
Northampton celebrated Indigenous Peoples Day rather than Columbus Day, a trend that’s growing across the country.
The Pulaski Day Parade honors the military service of Revolutionary War hero General Casimir Pulaski.
A coalition is asking the mayor to issue an executive order or pass an ordinance to not allow ICE to enforce their federal immigration laws.
Northampton has no dog park, but that could change next year. A Hatfield woman wants to build a “members-only” dog park.
The state is providing more than a million dollars for improvements to the old Hampshire County Courthouse.
Money raised in the marathon of table tennis will benefit refugee resettlement in Northampton.
Greenfield is making changes to its public Wi-Fi service. 22News found out why the town is leading the company in a new direction.
Massachusetts was recently ranked the number one state for energy efficiency for the 7th year in a row.
Columbus weekend typically brings a lot of tourists to Franklin County to experience the fall foliage.
The YMCA in Greenfield is holding its 9th annual free clothing store to help area children and adults in need.
The SJC holds these special sittings in one Massachusetts town each year to allow community members to see what they do.
Pellet stoves are becoming a more popular heating option in Franklin County and across the state. They’re also getting more affordable.
A woman jailed after testing positive for fentanyl while on probation has brought a suit being considered by the state’s highest court.