Governor Charlie Baker is trying to make sure the state works closely with local community leaders.
Lower gas prices have lessened the pain at the pump, but filling up without wearing gloves is a possible health risk.
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A Holyoke doctor closed his office without notice to patients and many are concerned about where to turn for services on short notice.
Students at Springfield’s newest public school have created a unique Black History Month program.
Severe winter weather can cause widespread power outages in Western Massachusetts. 22News finds out what’s being done to prevent those.
Workers at a Springfield Industrial Park had to be evacuated earlier this morning.
Springfield firefighters had to carefully deal with a report of excessive steam coming from a metal finishing company early Thursday morning…
The Holyoke Public Schools saw a dramatic increase in graduation rates the last school year. The statewide graduation rate was 86.1%
Police in West Springfield need your help in identifying an armed suspect who robbed a Shell Station over the weekend
While parts of the state were buried under as much as 3 ft. of snow, the amounts ended up being considerably lower in WMass.
The state’s highest court has made a ruling that is creating some concerns for potential jurors.
You would have gotten your mail Wednesday, that’s if all the ice and snow was out of the postal workers way.
The day after a winter storm moved through western Mass., several communities still have parking bans, and they’re enforcing them.
The high school dropout rate is at a three-decade low, with a four-year graduation rate at 86.1% statewide.
After a day in which statewide travel was banned, most passengers are now able to reach their destinations on time.
No cars on the road meant no mouths to feed any many western Massachusetts restaurants on Tuesday.