The state still has plans to put rattlesnakes on Quabbin Reservoir land. The 22News I-Team explains why the state has promises to keep.
22News is working for you with a reminder to shred old documents containing personal information.
Bodies of water in Massachusetts are getting colder. 22News has some important safety information before going into the water.
The continuing lack of rain is causing drought conditions to worsen, and water restrictions are expected to continue in many communities.
MassDOT announced on Wednesday it has received federal funding to invest in transportation projects throughout the Commonwealth.
The fight over a possible Indian Burial Ground reached Federal Court on Wednesday. The 22News I-Team got a look at the land in question.
Police need the public’s help with identifying three men wanted for allegedly breaking into a property in the Town of Erving.
Less than 400,000 voters of the state’s over 4-million registered voters went to the polls in last week’s state primary.
Funding will allow municipalities and water and school districts to advance clean energy goals.
Western Massachusetts is under a drought advisory, which means you can only use outdoor water once a week.
Thunderstorms brought down trees and caused thousands of people to lose power Sunday morning.
Sunday marks 15 years since the deadliest terror attacks on U.S. soil, and people here in western Massachusetts will pause to remember.
The fair is a Franklin County tradition dating all the way back to 1848. 22News found out what’s bringing in the crowds for this year’s fair…
Massachusetts residents looking for health insurance can apply on-line or with assistance from a state approved Health Connector Navigator.
Police chased a man from Hampshire to Franklin County, Thursday afternoon, after he was allegedly involved in an accident.
The high-profile campaign for Governor’s Council is over, after numerous television ads and debates.
Hinds will now face Lanesborough Republican Christine Canning during the general election in November.
Greenfield police estimated that the work would be going on for most of the day.
Drivers should be aware of Thursday evening’s parade, which will run down Federal Street and Main Street.
Polls open around the state at 7 a.m. Thursday and close at 8 p.m.