The Hofbrauhaus announced Wednesday they’ll be closing as of April 1st.
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Construction will begin on the the front entrance on Main Street during the first week in April.
A big financial boost is coming to a Wilbraham organization that provides support for grieving children.
Amherst Public School employees got a lesson in diversity on Friday.
The money raised will be used to support sick children in western Massachusetts.
At least 16 teens on bikes were pulled over by police on the side of Chicopee Street Wednesday afternoon.
The victim was struck last Wednesday night on Harkness Avenue near the intersection with Gifford Street.
A $2 million renovation program is underway at Riverfront Park, which is where thousands of people gather to gather on Independence Day.
22News reporter Tashanea Whitlow read to fourth grade students at Pelham Elentary School in Amherst.
Congress passed the new tax law this past December, and that means big changes for tax preparers.
Crews shut down lanes east bound between exits 4 and 5.
Our crew found mattresses, food containers, and bags of trash.
He has been in the United States for more than 40 years, but never became a citizen.
Yellow crime scene tape is blocking off access to motel rooms.
The Massachusetts State Police have launched an investigation after payroll discrepancies were uncovered during an internal audit.
A record high tide caused the icy flooding on many Boston streets on Thursday.
Viewers reported that some of the road markings and painted lines are missing in areas where lanes shift, making it dangerous for drivers.
Drivers are being detoured on to I-91 North where they’ll be turned around at Exit 15 to head south.
City leaders and members of the Italian community raised the Italian flag at the Christopher Columbus statue on Main and Locust Streets.
The money raised will help victims of the recent hurricanes as they start to repair and rebuild their communities.