The more permanent pothole filler known as hot patch became available to western Massachusetts highway departments this week.
A professional was called-in to lay the foundation, but students have been doing the rest of the work.
The event gave students the chance to network with potential employers and discuss potential job opportunities.
A group of Westfield firefighters recently completed training, highlighting the need for continuing education and preparedness.
The McDonald’s on East Main Street is moving forward with previously stalled plans for reconstruction.
22News went to the casino construction site as State Senators were given an update on the projects progress.
The medical marijuana company made their case for a special use permit Tuesday night before the Holyoke Ordinance Committee.
The remains of Korean War soldier Corporal Jules Hauterman, Jr. is returning to Holyoke. Calling hours will be from 4PM to 6PM on Thursday.
The drug raid was conducted by Chicopee police officers on March 10.
Springfield Police allegedly seized a fully loaded handgun from a man pulled over for driving the wrong way down a one way street.
A Westfield woman had some nice luck at a penny slot machine in a Connecticut casino.
Mayor Domenic Sarno announced Monday that an audit revealed Kennedy Golf Management allegedly withheld money from the city and was overpaid.
Springfield Police dog Chase helped track down the suspect before officers arrested him on Atwater Road.
A dispute over damage to a car in a multi-story parking garage led to a deadly stabbing in November 2016.
The project to widen and improve Route 57 will continue through the spring and summer, with completion expected in the fall.
The stop was one of several on a “Commonwealth Conversations” tour across western Massachusetts.
Five graduates of STCC and one current student are among people the company has hired as engineers and technicians.
There is still some snow on the ground, but there are plenty of people thinking about getting their gardens going for the year.
The Westfield City Council’s Natural Resources sub-committee once again faced the citizen concern of water contamination via crumb rubber.
Governor Baker announced $20 million in funding for supportive affordable housing Tuesday.