Powassan virus can result in death or permanent disability in 60% of cases.
The 36th annual Northampton Pride Parade is just two days away. 22News spoke with an event organizer about Saturday’s big event.
The destructive gypsy moth caterpillars have been spotted on trees in eastern Hampshire County.
A Hampden resident, Sheehan had been an official with the PVTA from 1994 to 2007, before taking a job in Hartford.
Police say that the thief broke-in through the back door, and then reset the alarm.
The student was a sophomore at UMass majoring in history, and a member of the Rugby Club Sports Team.
Prosecutors allege that Jason Coons plotted with his wife Cynthia to kill the victim, in order to get his aggravated rape charge dismissed.
The Tibetan flag is banned from being carried during the Parade of Nations Procession at Commencement.
The Easthampton resident claims that he suffered brain damage and a torn ligament during his arrest outside a bar in 2014.
Homeowners who install qualified central air conditioning systems are eligible for big rebates through the Mass Save program.
22News met with a couple who are walking from Boston to Pittsfield to raise awareness for the various needs of children.
The class of 2017 will graduate into one of the strongest job markets in the last few years. 22News found out what skills are in demand.
22News found out why these restrictions are back in place for the City of Northampton.
The new program is designed to provide elementary school students with a familiar face from the police department.
New England drivers scored the lowest rating in the country because of speeding, hard brakes, and texting while driving.
A UMass spokesperson says that they have strategized over the last few years to find out how to stop parties from getting out of hand.
We’re about to enter another prolonged gloomy, wet weather pattern due to something that’s called a cut-off low.
Police in Hampden and Hampshire Counties had been on the lookout for a woman who had not been heard from in days
Money will provide support for programs aimed at preventing drug use among school aged children.
Fentanyl-related deaths outpaced heroin deaths for the first time ever in Massachusetts last year.