Students at one Franklin County school received a unique lesson in driving safety Tuesday morning.
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Though the parade was rained-out, Holyoke veterans and other community members still honored our nation’s war dead Monday.
Several western Mass. communities canceled their traditional Memorial Day parades Monday, but Belchertown was not one of them.
Chicopee, Westfield, West Springfield and South Hadley will still be holding events and ceremonies.
There may be cuts coming for the Chicopee School system. 22News found out what that could mean for students.
Roughly 90 percent of Memorial Day weekend travelers expected to drive to their destination, according to AAA travel experts.
22News shows you how western Mass. residents are reacting to delaying that “Rattlesnake Island” plan.
In Massachusetts nearly 850,000 residents are expected to travel this Memorial Day weekend.
Ludlow’s new river walk is now getting a financial boost from the state.
Real Estate brokers in Western Mass said that homes that are turn-key ready and priced right are selling quickly.
In a story 22News has been following for years, we investigated the latest number of homeless families living in hotels throughout the state…
In 2015, The Department of Public Works in Wilbraham were concerned that the bridge was deteriorating.
The work being done to fix the mistakes won’t be done for at least another month.
The latest poll on this proposed tax shows that 70% of the state supports it.
The garage is set to be 7-levels and have 3,400 parking spots.
Construction to the Memorial Avenue Rotary in West Springfield has started up again, months after a project there was expected to be done.
Some of the water infrastructure in the city of Springfield dates back to the late 1800s.
After going through state records, 22News found out there are thousands of gas leaks that are going on, every day, all over Massachusetts.
The proposed change is to narrow the road from 4 lanes to 2 so there would only be one lane in each direction.
Everyone living inside the home managed to make it out safely, Greenfield’s fire chief says.