The issue of becoming a “sanctuary city is dividing Easthampton. 22News found out people are worried the area could lose federal dollars.
Starting this summer, anyone who wants to sell ice cream in South Hadley will have to submit to having their fingerprints taken.
People were pulling out their bikes and spending extra time outside, with weather getting into the 50’s.
More than 220 residents have told Easthampton city councilors they’re against the idea of making their city a sanctuary city.
The goggles can simulate driving under the impairment of alcohol, marijuana and drowsiness.
The advance of computer technology and robotics will eliminate about half of all jobs that exist now, Oxford economists say.
Tuesday morning. we had bone-chilling cold. Wednesday morning, temperatures were in the low 40’s and rising!
The MassDEP was in the area to address the concerns with local water contamination.
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!
The plan includes developing 55 units of affordable family housing and retail space in the downtown Northampton area.
Homeowners in the Town of Hadley will have higher property tax bills after Tuesday night’s special town election.
We will be seeing temperatures into the 50’s by Thursday, but they will come back down by the weekend.
Dupree Hinds, Robert VanHoy, and Joseph Massa have been indicted in connection to the November home invasion.
A man from South Hadley plead guilty in Hampshire Superior Court on Tuesday to several larceny charges.
Taxpayers may only be paying pennies more, but argue the money could be spent on other town projects.
Fire departments say there’s a reason why you see fire trucks following ambulances for medical emergencies.
Students and alumni at Amherst College could soon be rooting for the Hamsters.
The state fire marshal has urged everyone to get rid of their trees as soon as possible to avoid fires.
Viewers sent in photos of the sunrise around western Massachusetts Tuesday using Report It.
Amherst College President Biddy Martin called the emails and social media exchanges to be vulgar, cruel, and hateful.