State lawmakers are still working out the final details of the state’s recreational marijuana law.
The House passed its fiscal 2018 budget Tuesday night, green-lighting the more than $40 billion spending plan after just 2 days of debate.
The Easthampton School Committee is taking complaints seriously and taking steps to identify issues at the high school, and how to fix them.
Every seat was taken Tuesday night in Westfield City Hall, where the MassDEP outlined plans to test private wells.
It’s a historic landmark that could face demolition. There’s a group of residents who want to save the Yankee Pedlar from the wrecking ball.
The House took a step toward barring welfare recipients from using their cash benefits to purchase recreational marijuana.
As 22News has been reporting, the weather is getting nicer and bears are starting to roam around western Massachusetts.
The 31 year-old was one of three people inside a Toyota Camry that was struck by an Acura near the Windsor-Cummington line.
Now that marijuana is legalized, Northampton Police have prioritized their safety protocol for Saturday’s event
“Grace period” ends on May 8th for customers already billed through Pay By Plate system.
One State Representative said the move would prevent the people that are in the country illegally from accessing public housing.
A flag was raised in front of the Westfield City Hall on Tuesday to commemorate those who have given the gift of life through donation.
A Springfield firefighter had to be taken to the hospital after being injured while working to put out the fire on Melville Street.
A minivan struck a light pole near the corner of Union and Orleans Streets in the city’s Old Hill neighborhood Tuesday.
The suspect allegedly told police that he needed money to pay for medical bills for his daughter.
Pittsfield Police are warning the public to be alert after several reports of a man accosting people running or walking.
Dozens of police dogs and their handlers are going through certification at Westover Air Reserve Base this week.
Bears are out of hibernation now, and they may be looking for food in your neighborhood!
We have seen a good amount of rainfall this spring, and that has been good news when it comes to drought conditions.
Businesses leaders from western Massachusetts will be in Boston Wednesday for the annual Beacon Hill Summit.