A coalition is asking the mayor to issue an executive order or pass an ordinance to not allow ICE to enforce their federal immigration laws.
The program helps prevent underage drinking and deters bars and package stores from selling to minors.
Belchertown police are investigating the break-in of an ATM on Federal Street.
Clashes over free speech have come to a head in Amherst, a college town in the western part of the state home to more than 30,000 students.
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Police in Ware are asking for your help to identify a couple accused of fraud.
This being Columbus day weekend, the 24th annual Paradise city arts festival returned to the 3 county fairgrounds in Northampton.
22News went to Pumpkin Fest at Look Park in Florence to find people didn’t mind that the weather was milder than a typical autumn day.
The funding supports critical research and development infrastructure for Massachusetts manufacturing sites.
Northampton has no dog park, but that could change next year. A Hatfield woman wants to build a “members-only” dog park.
The state is providing more than a million dollars for improvements to the old Hampshire County Courthouse.
Money raised in the marathon of table tennis will benefit refugee resettlement in Northampton.
Dr. Michelle Helms addressed topics including breast cancer prevention, screening, diagnosis, and treatment options.
Vigils like this one in Easthampton have been held across the country in honor of the people affected by the deadly shooting in Las Vegas.
If caught early enough, there is a 95 percent survival rate for women diagnosed with breast cancer.
A professor’s 2-year research project developed wireless heated gloves that use a 3 volt battery, held in the palm of your hand.
The initiative is nothing new to the area, but police plan to make this a monthly event at various locations throughout town.
The Northwestern District Attorney’s Office says that the incident, though offensive, does not legally constitute a hate crime.
Police say that there has been a recent increase in thefts from cars, and in most cases, the vehicles were left unlocked.