A new sign collects data on how many cars traveled by, how many of them were speeding, and by how much.
Lack of rainfall, high temperatures, and dry conditions have caused many cities and towns to enact voluntary water restrictions.
Local, state and federal leaders came together Thursday to push for the mandatory labeling of genetically modified foods.
The grants will enable school districts and public higher education institutions to offer college experiences to students with intellectual …
The cybersecurity battles waged on servers and keyboards, Massachusetts gave $5 million grant to bolster computing technology.
Belchertown Police are cracking down on drivers speeding through the streets with a newly purchased speed-board.
Power problems plagued the Town of Hadley on Wednesday. 22News was there moments after a utility pole and live wires fell across Route 9.
Purchasing pepper spray is both easy and affordable. 22News explains why it’s an investment you hope you’ll never have to use.
A seminar was held in Amherst on Wednesday to educate seniors on how to protect themselves from fraud and identity theft.
After a very dry start to July we’ve finally been getting a bit more in the way of rain showers and thunderstorms lately.