With less than 3 1/2 months left in the fiscal year, state lawmakers need more money to keep up with the rising cost of state programs.
The 22News I-Team has submitted requests for an interview about recent electric rate hikes. The DPU issued a statement on the hikes.
Realtors say Hampshire Co.’s strong connection with the five colleges might be boosting sales in the area.
22News explains how Governor Charlie Baker’s “Winter Recovery Assistance Program” will help fix the roads throughout western Massachusetts.
State and local police agencies gathered at UMass to train for a school shooter. 22News was there as this real-world scenario played out.
Mass earned sick time law takes effect July 1st. Now, Northampton is debating adopting a similar law for that municipality.
Emmanuel Bile and 4 other men are accused of raping a UMass student in 2012. Bile’s trial will begin Friday.
Each of the Hometown Heroes that were honored received a warm, standing ovation from a packed Mass Mutual Center.
Gov. Charlie Baker has set up a new fund dedicating $30 million to help cities and towns fill potholes that have destroyed roadways.
The 22News Storm Team reports that it won’t feel like spring for another few weeks.
Preliminary estimates show an overall gain of 800 jobs during the month of Feb. It’s the first time since 2008 that the rate was below 5%.
The Mass Democrat said her bill would lower interest rates from 7% to about 3.9%, the rate set by Congress in 2013.
College campuses in the U.S. are doing more to combat the undeniable link between alcohol and sexual assault. 22News took a look at UMass.
Wednesday’s wind forced people to bundle up and deal with another day of cold temp. 22News explains how it also kept police busy.
A USA Today report revealed that UMass men’s basketball program spent $197,951 on recruiting during the 2012-13 school year.
One hiker started suffering from hypothermia after temperatures dropped and the winds picked up.
Aspirin and certain anti-inflammatory drugs reduce cancer risk. 22News explains why that “reduced risk” may depend on your DNA.