The Planning Board held a public hearing on Tuesday night, regarding a zoning bylaw amendment.
Growing the economy by growing marijuana. 22News explains how the City of Holyoke plans to revitalize the old paper mills.
The WSU Swim Team, which consists of 18 female athletes, were traveling to Florida for annual training and a visit to the Swimming Hall of F…
A group of protesters said they believe the New Year’s Day fire could have turned out differently if Engine 2 was in service.
Springfield police say the suspects paid for items with fake hundred dollar bills and left with the real money they were given as change.
22News found out about what the registered nurses are seeking and spoke with the President of Baystate Noble Hospital.
If you’re a pedestrian in Springfield, you’re in luck. 22News breaks down some surprising findings from a study on pedestrian safety.
Worries about high chemical levels in the Barnes Aquifer may also be an issue for nearby communities, such as Holyoke.
A donation is making a difference in and helping kids learn healthy life habits at a young age.
EB’s in Agawam plans to cook thousands of pounds of chicken wings this Saturday, with even more as the Patriots get deeper into the playoffs…
Hampden County Register of Deeds Donald Ashe says that foreclosures are up 48%, but the number is deceptively high.
22News explains why some of the new recreational marijuana law supporters in Massachusetts are now upset.
Tuesday morning. we had bone-chilling cold. Wednesday morning, temperatures were in the low 40’s and rising!
Superintendent Willard presents her findings at the school committee meeting.
The MassDEP was in the area to address the concerns with local water contamination.
The state attorney general received nationwide attention for her stance on gun control, and her establishment of a hate crimes hotline.
If you have input on the state’s new electronic tolling system, you have two chances for your voice to be heard over the coming weeks!
A school bus was involved in the five-car crash but no children were on board at the time.
Westfield Police Chief John Camerota said an anonymous family donated $15,000 to the police department for drones.
Several families have to leave their homes after city inspectors found too many safety violations in the buildings where they live.