It’s been Spring for almost a month, but it hasn’t always ‘felt’ like Spring. 22News found the nicer weather is providing a boost in business.
Easter weekend means big business for supermarkets. But there’s also a big demand for specialty foods. 22News found out what shoppers are buying for the holiday.
Governor Patrick is about to sign a compromise transportation bill that will divide about $300-million dollars to cities and towns for local road repair.
Spring flooding is a common occurrence along the Connecticut River in western Massachusetts. People living along the river expect flooding every year around this time.
The Northwestern District Anti-Crime Task Force served a search warrant in Amherst on Tuesday, arresting two 20-year-olds and seizing psilocybin mushrooms, LSD, and marijuana.
A man from Ware who prosecutors say collected social security disability benefits while working an $80,000 per year job under another man’s name has pleaded guilty to a theft charge.
With student debt about to top $1-trillion dollars nationally, state lawmakers have some ideas about how to lessen the burden for students.
Buckling your seat belt when you get into a vehicle is instinct for many of us, but there are some family members typically left unsecured.
Drivers may soon notice an improvement on the local roads. 22News explains how communities plan to use their portion of the transportation funding.
People in western Massachusetts woke up with some mid-April snow Wednesday morning, and if that wasn’t enough, on Thursday they woke up with temperatures in the low 20′s, which broke an all-time record for western Massachusetts.
In some spots the river levels will keep rising, making problems potentially worse on Thursday.
E-cigarettes are still fairly new and account for only about one percent of sales in the tobacco market. A new Moody’s report predicts they could soon be regulated at the state and local levels.
Western Massachusetts experienced some swollen rivers and streams after an overnight rain, sleet, and snow into Wednesday morning.
It may be spring, but its feeling a lot like winter. Temperatures fell into the 20′s overnight as snow and sleet fell into the early morning throughout western Massachusetts
Weather Alert // As heavy rain moves into western Massachusetts on Tuesday, the National Weather Service has issued a Flood Warning for the Connecticut River in Northampton, Montague, and just over the state line in Thompsonville, Connecticut.
While many people were trying to get their taxes done on time, others were out protesting tax day in the pouring rain.
The Department of Public Utilities held a hearing Tuesday night in Northampton on the possibility of starting up a municipal aggregation program.
The Center for Multicultural Advancement and Student Success, or CMASS, is dedicating two weeks to stopping racism.
Flood warnings have been issued up and down the Connecticut River as rain and snowmelt combine.
This torrential rain is causing rivers to rise. 22News drove to Aqua Vitae Road in Hadley Tuesday afternoon to see if the Connecticut River had started to flood yards.