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.
East Longmeadow was expected to name a new police chief on Thursday and now that’s not going to happen.
Western Mass will receive over $3-million in grant money to support local homeless housing and service programs.
The 22News I-Team discovered why this issue continues while the waiting lists continue to grow.
A former police captain and Superintendent asked a federal judge on Wednesday to move a civil lawsuit against them to U.S. District Court.
A potential road block for the relocation of the Western Massachusetts Correctional Addiction Center.
Some voters may be surprised to find they are considered inactive, but there are ways to activate your voter registration status.
The 22News I-Team found out that food stamp money is being withdrawn at some pretty shocking places in Massachusetts.
The 22News I-Team has new information on why the state had to have thousands of ballots reprinted.
The 22News I-Team reveals where hundreds of thousands of your tax dollars are being withdrawn by people using EBT benefits.
Massachusetts ranked 10th in the nation.
The 22News I-Team discovered what drugs those failed tests were for and how much it costs taxpayers.
You check the expiration dates on milk and eggs, but what about car seats? The 22News I-Team reveals the hidden dangers of car seats.
Those convicted of fentanyl trafficking face up to 20 years in state prison.
Lawyers for Camille Cosby are hoping a federal judge will postpone her scheduled deposition on Monday.
The 22News I-Team discovered that the Secretary of the Commonwealth is reprinting hundreds of thousands of ballots due to potential issues.
Federal regulations require registration of unmanned aircraft systems or face criminal charges, fines and possible jail time.
The 22News I-Team reveals how many UMass athletes are drug tested, how many failed, and what those tests cost the taxpayers.
A total of 18 indictments were returned by Plymouth, Berkshire, Essex, and Worcester County Grand Juries and are the result of criminal inve…