The primary threats from Tuesday afternoon’s storms are gusty winds, small hail, and sudden, heavy downpours.
The Baker-Polito administration has awarded federal grants to state district attorneys and sheriffs among other agencies.
The unionized nurses authorized a one-day strike that officially ended Tuesday morning, but they are locked out until Wednesday night.
The driver told police he became distracted by his cell phone, and went off the road, crashing into a tree and a utility pole.
Nurses at Baystate Franklin Medical Center staged a one day strike Monday outside the hospital because of stalled negotiations.
Greenfield isn’t far from New Hampshire, where it’s legal to purchase and use fireworks.
The Massachusetts Nurses Association and the hospital failed to reach an agreement late Friday night.
Nearly 60 temporary nurses replaced around 200 of the hospitals regular nurses, who are planning an official strike starting at 6:00am Monda…
Hail was reported in Otis and Granby, which also experienced strong gusty winds.
22News found out how residents feel about the 18 month long process
Baystate Franklin invited the Nurses’ Union to continue negotiating through the weekend, but they’ve also prepared a contingency plan.
Organizers called the event “Franklin County PRIDE”, promoting the concerns of LGBTQIA residents in the 26 Franklin County towns.
From the light clothes we wear to the recreation areas we visit, we’re at risk of having our skin come in contact with poison ivy.
Location scouts thought it was the closest to their perception of the fictitious town that was the setting of several Stephen King stories.
New Hampshire doesn’t have a state sales tax, and people in Franklin County take advantage of that fact to save some cash, year round.
22News is working for you to find out if there are more bears compared to last year or is it because of our phones.
It is legal to buy fireworks in the state of New Hampshire, but it remains illegal to bring them over the state line into Massachusetts.
22News is working for you with how people celebrated the first day of summer.
The sun rose Wednesday at 5:14 a.m. and will set at 8:30 p.m. Days start getting shorter Thursday.
A budget deficit is forcing the PVTA to consider changing 16 bus routes.