Naloxone is used to reverse the effects of an opioid overdose, which can occur in police dogs who accidentally ingest the drug during raids.
The new proposal has several changes, including prohibiting feeding wildlife and making sure your boat is decontaminated.
Western Massachusetts could use some rain. 22News is working for you with the impact of the dry weather.
The money will support municipal and private conservation efforts to improve habitats for native wildlife.
The VA of Central Western Massachusetts is helping hurricane victims in Puerto Rico.
22News is working for you with how you can properly take care of your sensitive plants tonight
Northampton wants to reduce dangerous driving near stopped school buses. They support legislation that would further enforce the state’s sch…
Monday’s meeting at the Quabbin Visitors Center in Belchertown is open to public and begins at 7:30 p.m.
The decision to euthanize the dog was made by the South Hadley Board of Selectmen back in May.
A Frost Advisory is in effect for parts of western Massachusetts early Tuesday.
The man accused of robbing the TD bank on Main Street in Northampton on Saturday has been arrested.
The Amos family of Australia brought their “Bathe to Save” program to Steve Lewis Subaru in Hadley.
22News explains how warm this fall has been so far.
Organizers were happy so many different age groups were represented during the one mile walk from Veterans Park.
Shoppers who purchased a ten dollar button benefited the community and in return, they were given discounts at all partnering stores.
22News is working for you with how stores are adjusting their merchandise for the changing season.
Northampton police are looking for the man who held up the main street branch of TD bank just before 9AM this Saturday morning.
The Troop 303 Trail of Screams is in its 10th year of creating a maze and haunted walk in South Hadley.
A parent from Ware raised concerns about the middle school not recognizing students who make honor roll.
The Baker administration is making sure the arts community in western Massachusetts continues to thrive.