Hundreds of people gathered in front of Northampton City Hall Wednesday night for a “Pioneer Valley Vigil for Orlando.”
UMass announced plans on Wednesday to reduce spending by $3.1-million in its central office.
New funding for the Granby school budget means fewer layoffs. 22News explains why the problem is far from solved.
A new report calls on the state’s 29 public colleges and universities to make it easier for students to report sexual assault.
If you continue to sniffle and sneeze you’re not alone. This has been a bad allergy season.
Benefits are changing for nearly 2,000 state college and university employees. 22News explains what will be different.
22News explains why the last two years have seen a dramatic increase in maple syrup production.
22News is working for you with when and where the 4th of July firework celebrations will take place in western Massachusetts this year.
After students and parents protested teacher layoffs in Granby, the town voted to allocate more money to the school department.
Authorities say 273 guns were turned in during a gun buyback held over the weekend in Franklin and Hampshire counties.
A relatively warm winter, combined with deep freezes in February and March, helped keep the sap running this year.
The owner of the Orlando nightclub targeted in Sunday’s mass shooting paid tribute to a victim who once lived in western Massachusetts.
When you sign up to get solar panels, the deal may seem too good to be true. The 22News I-Team reveals there could be strings attached.
A small memorial is growing on the sidewalk in front of Faces in Northampton dedicated to Kimberly Morris.
The victim, who met Trooper Christopher Kennedy online, testified that she allowed him to visit her because she thought she could trust him.
The Western Massachusetts LGBT community is calling this massacre an attack on their own, many of them still in disbelief.
Northampton’s LGBT community joined together for a vigil to support those people killed in the attack at the Orlando night club.
Men and women on bikes traveled across the western Massachusetts countryside in memory of Katelynn.
Hundreds of people will spend the day raising money for children battling cancer.
Police will give anyone who turns in a gun a 50 dollar gift card, no questions asked.