Clark House in Amherst has units for elderly residents as well as for families and disabled residents.
Speakers at local college commencements this year include Senator Elizabeth Warren and media icon Oprah Winfrey.
Tendzin Parsons of Hawley is charged with negligent motor vehicle homicide in the death of Summer Steele of Plainfield.
The City of Northampton lifted water use restrictions Thursday.
Lawmakers haven’t been able to tighten marijuana regulations in the ballot law after it passed 185 days ago.
Residents approved the ban by a large margin at town meeting Wednesday night.
At the end of the year, many college students discover they don’t need certain items anymore. Now, there is a way to recycle them.
The Democrat will be meeting with constituents Friday night at Ware High School.
SKYWARN spotters are invaluable during severe weather situations, informing the NWS about dangerous conditions radar may miss.
Plans call for new bike lanes, sidewalks, and improvements at the intersection of King Street.
State beverage association says the well-intentioned tax could hurt the state’s economy.
22News asked an attorney if the ban violates students’ First Amendment rights.
The popular ice cream shop is installing new ramps for easier access to their Thorne’s Marketplace location.
The plaza’s owner says that after numerous solicitations from other store chains, they decided that they have to tear the building down.
The Springfield Democrat is calling for a special prosecutor, saying the president’s move was “virtually unprecedented in American history.”
The 22News Storm Team is watching a weekend that is looking increasingly wet with rain beginning Saturday.
Prosecutors say Summer Steele died after she became stuck inside the door of a bus driven by Tendzin Parsons of Hawley.
The school is working on a three-year plan to combat bullying, which will include feedback sessions with students, parents, and faculty.
People come from all over to browse at the antique show, or to try and find that one hidden treasure.
22News is working for you with quicker and safer ways to get around Hadley and Amherst during UMass commencement weekend