A new study reveals several benefits for modernizing laws and regulations within regional school district structure.
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To become a legal U.S. citizen, you must be at least 18-years-old, speak basic English and be of good moral character.
The students were paid a visit by nurses from VA Central Western Mass who just returned from a deployment to Puerto Rico.
Dozens of people stood in support of Perez, who’s been ordered to go back to Guatemala, a country he left nearly 20-years-ago.
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Some Northampton residents said they don’t agree with businesses to link their cameras to the police department.
More than 200 law enforcement and medical professionals met in Hadley for a hoarding disorder conference Wednesday.
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Springfield Police were called to a serious single car crash that sent five people to the hospital.
Friday, the government announced people who receive social security benefits will see a two-percent increase.
A parent from Ware raised concerns about the middle school not recognizing students who make honor roll.
The Baker administration is making sure the arts community in western Massachusetts continues to thrive.
It’s a million dollar grant from MassWorks that will support local businesses, accommodate new housing and improve pedestrian safety.
Belchertown receives $3 million in grant money to rebuild roads and build housing.
Smith Vocational high school in Northampton received a $175,000 skills capital grant.
The Girl Scouts of Central and western Massachusetts said declining enrollment is one of the reasons Boy Scouts want to join forces.
The grant will fund a program that recognizes high risk offenders.
22News explains you how the program is preparing young girls for a career in Science & Technology.
Children exhibiting good behavior are being targeted by police officers as part of a new community building program.