For the first time, American women in their early 30s are having more babies than younger moms. 22News found out what’s causing this trend.
Why is it so warm? 22News Storm Team Meteorologist Nick Bannin explains why we could reach record-breaking temperatures Wednesday & Thursday…
A Southampton selectman told 22News there will be a standard 2% increase for city employees, although some will be larger.
President Donald Trump has still stood by his claim that sanctuary cities provide a safe haven for criminals.
Granby homeowners voted to give themselves a small annual savings on their property tax in a townwide vote Monday.
The 22News Storm Team is working for you with how warm temperatures are expected to be this week.
80% of those polled are against creating online lottery games, saying too much could go wrong.
Tree pollen continues to trouble allergy sufferers here in western Massachusetts, and the suffering will continue.
Alan Porter, 78, of Florence, was struck and killed by a car while riding his bike in Northampton Monday afternoon.
The victim told police that the suspect was supposed to provide a ride, instead the victim got home later to find items missing.
A mistrial was declared on most charges against a former Easthampton resident accused of assaulting two young girls for about 10 years.
The 22News I-Team reviewed hundreds of pages of reported missing items from the VA Central-Western Massachusetts Healthcare system.
Those who misuse handicap placards face a fine up to $500, as well as a 30-day license suspension.
Hampshire County has become much less busy after classes ended and students graduated last weekend.
22News went to Brunelles Marina in South Hadley to find out what boaters can expect for Memorial Day weekend.
3-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Seattle to determine if travel ban is unconstitutional
A late freeze last year destroyed the peach crop, but things are looking up this year.
Governor Baker’s budget includes more than $190 million for capital projects at public colleges, but some say that’s not enough.
The show of support is part of National Police Week, which began on Sunday.
If anything, recent rainfall has made the fields too wet at some local farms.