Open burning season has two weeks left. It ends on May 1st.
22News is working for you with what Earth Day means, and how people spent the day helping the Earth.
District Attorney David Capeless said that Joanne Ringer’s now-dead husband was the main suspect in the case.
Amherst and State Police are still investigating what caused a motorcycle accident last week on Kellogg Avenue.
Seating was limited Friday night as Senator Elizabeth Warren’s book tour stopped at Mount Holyoke College.
State agriculture officials have completed a plan to preserve honeybees and their habitats, a species that’s in decline.
The Baker-Polito administration has taken a few steps to help conserve the public water supplies in western Massachusetts.
MassDOT planned to begin repairs on April 1st, but it was delayed due to not having the proper permit.
Earth Day is on Saturday this year, but UMass Amherst students started celebrating a day early.
The gym will have equipment for sensory-based activities, which can be therapeutic for children who went through abuse, neglect, and trauma.
On 22News InFocus our guests will provide information on programs and resources that can help you create and maintain financial stability.
Great River Hydro LLC, a subsidiary of the Boston-based investment firm ArcLight Capital Partners, bought the dams for $1.06 billion.
Serio’s Market closed last month after 66 years, but its accompanying pharmacy is still open and ready for business.
Police say a convenience store in Florence was robbed at gunpoint Wednesday night.
There are about 7,700 farms in Massachusetts, with more small farms contributing to a greater diversity of products available.
Aaron Hernandez was in the middle of multiple of legal cases before he committed suicide in prison.
Petition organizers need to get enough signatures and approval by city officials in order to get this to be a ballot question in November.
About 60% of adults now support legalizing marijuana, a Gallup poll has found.
Police dog Marvin and Officer Matthew Frydryk are out at narcotics detection and patrol operations training.
The plan was originally announced in early 2016, and was quickly challenged by residents and lawmakers.