22News is working for you with what went on at the Seventh Annual Amherst Sustainability Festival.
The 5 member select board unanimously chose Amherst Police Captain Christopher Pronovost at a meeting Friday night.
State Police Accident Reconstruction Team is assisting South Hadley Police investigate a motorcycle crash that closed a section of Route 202…
There were three finalists for the Belchertown Police Chief job. 22News was there when the Select Board announced their decision.
Protesters want UMass to get rid of their investments in fossil fuel companies. 22News spoke with both the University and protesters.
Top state officials are leading the opposition to keep recreational marijuana illegal in Massachusetts.
The U.S. Department of Education found that less than 20% of schools start classes at the recommended time of 8:30 or later.
22News is working for you with with when you’ll be able to buy, cut and cook one of western Massachusetts most famous vegetables.
Business owners say they have many positions open but not enough qualified applicants to fill those jobs.
Protesting UMass students continued on Thursday to pressure the university on how to invest their endowment money.
The Amherst Regional School Committee hopes to have the October holiday celebrated as Indigenous Peoples Day.
Dozens of western Massachusetts Verizon employees joined the nearly 40,000 striking workers across the country.
Northampton police seized more than $6,000 in cash and 21 baggies of cocaine on King Street.
One of the suspects who ran away from a crashed U-Haul truck in Pelham, back on November 2015, was arrested Wednesday in Boston.
Students at UMass held another protest Wednesday night demanding that the university divest investments in fossil fuel companies.
Easthampton is concerned about the future of their public schools if voters decide to raise the cap on charter schools.
The town of Amherst wants to know if they need more public parking. 22News explains how they’ll use new data from a parking study.
One state lawmaker says more needs to be done to protect trash truck workers.
The students were charged with trespassing. They are scheduled to appear in court on Wednesday.
Police said a 42-year-old Belchertown man admitted he was texting before his SUV hit and sheared a utility pole on North Washington Street