The state has a new plan that would cut spending on highways across Mass. 22News explains why and where the money would go.
Many of us scratch and claw to get a cost of living raise. The 22News uncovered hundreds of state employees getting double-digit raises.
A gun buyback program is set to take place next month in western Mass. The goal is to keep firearms out of the wrong hands.
The Mass. Broadband Institute wants to expand funding for high speed internet service in western Mass., including Franklin County.
Construction may make it difficult to get to the Wormtown Festival this weekend. 22News explains how you can avoid the construction.
State Police enforce our traffic laws. The 22News I-Team reveals if the data supports the commonly held theory that they’re filling quotas.
Kinder Morgan will not be building its pipeline in Franklin and Berkshire Counties. Residents were actively organized to oppose the project.
The MSPCA-Nevins Farm in Methuen recently received nearly 50 goats and is asking people to step forward and give them new homes.
The 11-member Quabbin Watershed Advisory Committee on Monday voted 5-2 in favor of the plan, with several abstentions.
The 22News I-Team analyzes a year’s worth of Mass State Police data and reveals the truth behind the theory.
In a story 22News has been following for years, we investigated the latest number of homeless families living in hotels throughout the state…