Representatives from schools in Amherst, and all across the state, met in Fall River to review current campus sexual assault policies.
The rain is coming at a potentially awkward time in our foliage season. 22News explains why we’re more susceptible to flooding now.
Northampton residents can now use as much water as they’d like. Under the restriction, residents couldn’t wash their own cars.
You can’t see, taste, or even smell radon, but it’s a cancer causing radioactive gas that could be in your home.
Residents of South Hadley are struggling to agree on where South Hadley Electric Light Dept. should build a new facility.
People shopping around for homes are pleased to see lower mortgage rates in western Massachusetts.
Racist and intimidating messages were written on residence hall doors.
A single car crash closed a one mile stretch of Bay Road in Amherst, while utility crews replace a pole sheared in the crash.
New England is known for its vibrant foliage, and thousands of tourists make a trip to see it.
While many people may think of Halloween as a kids’ holiday, more and more adults are getting in on the costumed fun.
Two houses owned by Smith College have been evacuated due to a gas leak at the end of Paradise Road.
A man who prosecutors say was driving drunk before a crash that killed his daughter and another driver, is close to reaching a plea deal.
A Freeze Warning is in effect from midnight to 9 a.m. Monday for Hampden and eastern Hampshire Counties.
Public service projects for the western Massachusetts Jewish community benefited Sunday from a unique bike ride known as Ride to Provide.
UMass gets four touchdown runs from Shadrach Abrokwah to beat Eastern Michigan 36-14.
It’s cold and flu season, which means you may see some coworkers coughing and sneezing in the workplace.
Saturday was household hazardous waste collection day for the Hampshire county towns of Easthampton and Southampton.