Business leaders in western Massachusetts boarded a bus, Wednesday morning, and headed to Boston for the annual Beacon Hill Summit.
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Dozens of police dogs and their handlers are going through certification at Westover Air Reserve Base this week.
Veterans in western Massachusetts had the chance on Tuesday to find new employment opportunities and medical care.
The first place PSA “More than Yourself,” by Agawam High School, will air on 22News.
It’s been five months since marijuana became legal in Massachusetts and the law is still confusing to some residents.
A suspect was taken to the hospital Sunday morning after a police involved shooting in West Springfield.
A small lakefront town in western Massachusetts is doing all it can to keep it’s town clean on Earth Day.
Ludlow Police have confirmed that a female driver died after crashing her car into a tree stump early Saturday morning.
Hernandez went from a star tight end at the Super Bowl to a convicted murderer who took his own life inside his prison cell.
The incident on a United Airlines plane, where a passenger was dragged off, has created questions about passenger rights.
About $1 million was left behind at airport security checkpoints across the country last year.
The Civil Support Team provides support to authorities for domestic threats involving explosives and nuclear dangers.
Hundreds of runners from western Mass. ran the Boston Marathon, and dozens of them traveled with the Greater Springfield Harriers.
After being given a terminal diagnosis, Springfield resident Bob Charland made it his mission to give back to local children in need.
African American students from Springfield left for a tour of nine historically black colleges and universities all over the south.
Last year both the Macy’s and the Sears in the Enfield Mall were closed as part of their separate chains closing multiple retail locations.
The Connecticut legislature still has not approved a bill to allow casino construction on non-tribal land.
You may be tempted to give your child a live bunny as a special Easter gift this year, but think again!
As the weather warms up, more coyotes are being seen throughout western Massachusetts.
1 in every 68 children is diagnosed with autism and while there are many resources, some parents say even more are needed.