The natural gas pipeline that was going to cross through parts of Berkshire, Hampshire and Franklin counties may not be happening at all.
Business owners say they have many positions open but not enough qualified applicants to fill those jobs.
The bills address various criminal justice reform issues such as penalties for vandalism and graffiti (“tagging”), non-payment of fines, and…
There’s a way to own a machine gun without having a firearms license. The 22News I-Team reveals when this loophole will be closed.
There are currently 81 charter schools in Massachusetts and 37-thousand students on waiting lists for those schools.
Thomas Turco has been appointed Department of Correction Commissioner by Governor Baker after the resignation of Carol Higgins O’Brien.
This Sunday on 22News InFocus we’ll be discussing what’s being done to make sure our communities are secure and how first responders are pre…
An investigation is underway involving O’Brien’s Corner in Springfield
Springfield employees are required to live in the city. The 22News I-Team found out how many the mayor allows to live outside the city.
The 22News I-Team discovered the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Dentistry has disciplined more than 30 dentists since 2014.
New England customers could see $234-million in refunds.
Funding for Pioneer Valley Planning Commission supports sewage overflow abatement efforts in Springfield, Chicopee and Holyoke.
Charter school supporters are proposing a ballot initiative that would expand the number of charter schools allowed in Massachusetts.
Julio C. Rodriguez pleaded guilty to the charges of Larceny over $250, Food Stamp Trafficking, and Access Device Fraud.
Topics of the Holyoke Schools update include establishing focused practices for improving instruction and creating a culture that supports s…
How accurate are those coin counting machines at grocery stores? The 22News I-Team reveals you might be getting short-changed.
The 22News I-Team tests out coin counting machines.
A teacher at the Mohawk Regional High School has been placed on leave after allegations of inappropriate conduct with a student.
New website and training video will provide guidance on Open Meeting Law regulations to municipal governments and other public entities.
Holyoke is one of six housing authorities in Massachusetts to receive the grant funding.