The override would have allowed the town to raise property taxes to fund several town departments and schools.
Agawam, Charlemont, Chicopee, and Williamsburg schools were each honored.
Only one lane of traffic is only getting by at a time while MassDOT analyzes the bridge’s condition.
A Springfield resident is being charged with cocaine possession, following a traffic stop in Turners Falls early Monday morning.
With the weather warming up, you’ll start to see more bikers out on the road and here are some safety tips for drivers and riders.
A large Bear with a big appetite didn’t let a no parking sign stop her from wandering through the parking lot of the Montague Police.
22News is working for you with how much rain this could be helping or affecting us here in western Massachusetts.
Sunderland residents voted down a $300,000 property tax increase, which would have helped fund town departments and schools.
Some power outages were reported
The museum is dedicated to heritage preservation, and focuses on the history and culture of early New England.
The forum will take place on Saturday at the First Congregational Church on Silver Street in Greenfield.
Town residents will vote Saturday on a Proposition 2 1/2 override.
22News I-Team reveals the top locations in Western Mass where EBT cards are used to take out cash at ATM’s.
The suspect is now facing a range of charges, from operating to endanger to witness intimidation.
Homeless people left a lot of trash after camping out on property owned by Greenfield Mayor William Martin.
The Montague Police Department now has a 24 hour ATM inside their station. 22News explains why the police had the ATM installed.
Their stories may sound similar, but according to a Catholic Charities, there’s no such thing as typical refugee.
The “Indians” was removed as the high school’s mascot this past winter, but some people in town are having a hard time accepting it.
A homeless encampment on property owned by Greenfield’s mayor has drawn attention recently, but where can the homeless go?
22News spoke with the Franklin County Community Development Corporation about how contributors can see their money in action.