Being a small town family business can be difficult among the larger companies and economic changes.
Massachusetts Environmental Police say that they discovered a “large marijuana grow site” at the DAR State Forest in Goshen.
The Easthampton High School football team played its first-ever home game under the lights, Friday night.
The town’s health department director says that once the taps are allowed to run for a short time, the problem goes away.
Congressman McGovern announced new federal funding for the Ware Fire Department to purchase new equipment.
The City of Northampton joins several other western Massachusetts cities and towns in raising the legal tobacco age.
The state still has plans to put rattlesnakes on Quabbin Reservoir land. The 22News I-Team explains why the state has promises to keep.
22News shows us how extra “all-alcohol licenses” are promoting business growth in Easthampton.
Paving is expected to be complete after Friday, and that is good news for businesses that have lost customers due to ongoing construction.
A section of North Pleasant Street in Amherst will be transformed into a festival of food, vendors, and live performances.
The continuing lack of rain is causing drought conditions to worsen, and water restrictions are expected to continue in many communities.
New information from the Hadley Police on the search to find a suspicious man who’s been approaching children.
Prosecutors gave a vivid account of how they believe Cara Rintala killed her wife, while the defense said they will have a hard time proving…
The fight over a possible Indian Burial Ground reached Federal Court on Wednesday. The 22News I-Team got a look at the land in question.
Incidents in Longmeadow and Hadley highlight the importance of teaching children to be vigilant.
Another proposal would increase the cost to park on Main Street, but allow drivers to remain parked there for two hours, instead of just one…
Those water restrictions have gotten so tight that Amherst College actually has to have water delivered.
There is now pavement at the intersection of Route 9 and Route 47. Weeks ago, the roadway was just dirt.
Less than 400,000 voters of the state’s over 4-million registered voters went to the polls in last week’s state primary.
The MassDOT announced it has received more than $65.1 million in federal funding to invest various transportation infrastructure projects.