The ride-sharing service Lyft announced its expansion to four cities in Massachusetts, on Thursday, after a 40-city launch in January.
The 22News I-Team has once again dug into a year’s worth of data and uncovered where our tax dollars are being withdrawn.
22News went to Smith College in Northampton, Thursday night, where Senator Ed Markey called for an “emergency town hall” meeting.
Matthew Fortune is charged with armed robbery while masked, kidnapping, assault, and threat to murder.
Police are investigating at the Citizens Bank at 1283 Memorial Drive Thursday morning.
Chicopee police say the woman stole Red Bull from the Walgreens on James Street.
Governor Charlie Baker’s administration reaffirms President Trump’s decision on transgender rights has no weight on Massachusetts schools.
President Trump’s new immigration guidelines would step up enforcement, but not everyone agrees with his approach.
Data shows a 700% increase in the number of children with drug-resistant infections, over the past 8 years.
Puerto Rico is deep in debt. 22News spoke with some key members of the Puerto Rican community in western Massachusetts about the crisis.
The snakes were originally supposed to create a snake colony at the Quabbin, but now they are re-evaluating their plans.
Thirty-three year-old Amber Joubert, who had been missing since mid-January, was found safe Thursday.
A crane had to be called-in to lift a payloader out of the Lower Level Canal in Holyoke Thursday, one day after the vehicle fell in.
Police say 37-year-old Tarisha Johnson had a blood alcohol content of .18, more than twice the legal limit to drive.
Oprah Winfrey will deliver Smith College’s Commencement Address on Sunday, May 21st
Keep your dogs and cats indoors or on a leash outside, because the skunks are out. Skunks are leaving their habitats looking for mates.
High pressure explains why we are dealing with temperatures that are well above-average.
The Holyoke Saint Patrick’s Committee honors one person each year for promoting the Irish heritage in the United States.
Easthampton City Councilor Tamara Smith said the proposal had caused too much division, and that wasn’t the foundation to pass it on.
Two Western Massachusetts cities want to borrow money to fund large-scale projects.