The period after New Year’s Day is often a difficult one for the local Food Bank, but that doesn’t seem to be the case this year.
The state approved Worthington’s withdrawal from the Gateway Regional School District but a counter to that decision is moving forward.
This week on 22News InFocus the topic is how to invest your money and make it work for you.
Wind Chill Advisory for Saturday morning until 10am.
UMass Amherst is ending the controversial practice of using students as confidential informants to the police about drug activity.
The Gateway Teachers Association proposed a one day furlough in order to save jobs.
Hampshire County has seen a sharp increase in opioid related incidents over the last year. A new grant will help expand prevention resources…
Thirteen years after more than seven hundred suspected terrorists were brought to Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, more than 125 remain.
The Amherst-Pelham Regional School District is facing a more than $900K budget gap. 22News found out teachers jobs could be at risk.
Are you willing to pay more to drink less? 22News tell you why smaller size soda cans are growing in popularity.
Author and economics professor Andrew Zimbalist will discuss Boston’s 2014 Olympic bid with opponents of the idea.
The former manager of Hampden Zimmerman Electrical Supply in Northampton has denied charges he stole thousands from his employer.
Congressman Jim McGovern says Congress needs to increase funding for job programs, or millions of people will go hungry.
State Police seized a loaded pistol and arrested two men during a traffic stop in Belchertown early Tuesday morning.
Amazon.com will be the new source students will use at UMass Amherst to buy their textbooks, for a much cheaper price.
Many Americans want to see a specific label on certain foods, to indicate whether they contain genetically modified ingredients.
Tight End Jean Sifrin could become the 25th UMass Minuteman to be picked in the NFL Draft.