Residents asked for more transparency, but their demands have yet to be met
Easthampton’s water restrictions are still very much in effect, even though some residents may not know it.
The man accused of posing as an Uber driver, and sexually assaulting a UMass student had ran away from house arrest.
Hampshire and Hampden counties have seen increases, while Franklin deals with a decline
The Amherst Democrat founded the commission, and has dedicated several years to helping new mothers overcome depression after giving birth.
DPW crews are working to remove the tree and get the road open again.
An investigation into alleged racist taunts used at a girls’ soccer game between Amherst and Holyoke is complete.
Closing arguments have begun in the third murder trial of Cara Rintala, though this time, the jury may consider a different charge.
The law allows transgender people to use public bathrooms that are consistent with their gender identity, regardless of their sex at birth.
22News found from students, how they celebrated and stayed safe during this party weekend.
HUD alleges the landlord refused to rent an apartment to a couple with two children because the unit was on the third floor.
22News found out how Northampton is working to maintain its water supply.
UMass is expecting thousands of people for the dozens of homecoming events taking place across campus.
Glendale Street will be closed from Newell Street to South Street due to a motor vehicle crash.
Staff members at the Fort River Elementary School say the building is in such bad shape, that it isn’t safe.
The clock has been restored, and moved to the Pulaski Park area.
With train traffic picking up on the Northeast corridor, educating drivers about railroad safety i
Refugees could resettle in western Massachusetts next year. The President is the one who sets the number of refugees that will resettle in t…
Thirty-six year-old Kelly Starzyk is being charged with in connection with auto thefts out of Ludlow, Belchertown, and South Hadley.
Swift River invited the public to look at their new addiction treatment facility during an open house on Wednesday.