22News found out how people feel about the tax reform bill and how it will affect your life.
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22News explains how celebrating the holidays can be overwhelming for families with autistic kids.
The holiday season is upon us and so are thieves, looking to steal your gifts right out of your car.
The city is seeking unspecified damages caused by the opioid epidemic, including the costs of medical care and treatment.
The 11-year-old dog, now known as Kringle, was 20 pounds lighter than a dog his size should have been.
Easthampton High School freshmen are now being referred to as “first year students” as the school aims to be more gender inclusive.
Northampton police will join local police departments across the state in the national Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign.
22News is working for you to find out how western Massachusetts tax payers might be affected by the tax reform bill on Capitol Hill.
MassDOT wants you to take a two minute survey about your commute.
Thieves have targeted three prominent businesses, and one of them twice, in Northampton over the past three days.
The meningitis vaccine is two injections, 28 days apart. University Health Services are reminding students to get that second dose.
The man of the season paid a very special visit to some fortunate western Massachusetts kids.
Monday is the last day to donate a new, unwrapped toy to our 22News Broadcast Center in Chicopee.
Students in one Massachusetts community will soon be able to get up later for class.
22News explains what the money will go to and who will benefit from this new project.
The city council is against installing surveillance cameras downtown, but the mayor wants it.
Dr. Ira Helfand is a member of the Nobel Prize-winning organization ICAN, the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons.
The homeowner told 22News the foundation aligns with the town’s setback law, but the porch does not.
Progress has been made in combating homelessness in Massachusetts, but the number of people without permanent housing has still risen.
A five-member Cannabis Control Commission is working to write regulations, so recreational pot shops can be licensed by July.