22News found out how far Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz is willing to go to protect immigrants.
One man is petitioning for a third vote in the Amherst Town Meeting to approve funding for a school merger.
Mild weather has forced Belchertown’s Tri-Lakes Association to cancel its annual fishing derby on Lake Metacomet.
President Trump’s ban puts the resettlement of 51 refugees by the agency Catholic Charities on hold for at least four months.
Mold and buildings that aren’t fully ADA compliant. 22News heard from one Amherst teacher who’s fighting to give kids a clean classroom.
It may be beautiful, but downtown Ware was labeled a “slum.” 22News explains the reason behind the label.
Police are searching for two people after a vehicle was stolen from a Big Y parking lot in Ware, Wednesday night.
The Ware couple were one of six landowners in western Massachusetts to receive the MassWildlife Habitat Management Grant.
One western Massachusetts resident has joined a lawsuit claiming harm from President Donald Trump’s travel ban.
Over the last couple of days it’s been feeling and looking more like winter with temperatures in the 20’s and 30’s and some snow.
The Northwestern District Attorney’s Office has been awarded $25,000 to identify and prosecute car insurance fraud.
The Springfield Bishop said President Donald Trump’s executive order goes against American and Catholic values.
The Springfield area received less than half of the average snowfall for January, which is typically our snowiest month.
The study of 800 colleges found that the average endowment return lost 2%; the worst performance since 2009.
Northampton’s Superintendent of Schools told 22News there are now gender neutral bathrooms in all six Northampton schools.
Former Florida Governor and presidential candidate Jeb Bush addressed a packed house at Amherst College, Tuesday night.
22News is working for you with a look of parking bans in effect throughout our area.
Amherst Public schools is now looking to fix the schools’ immediate issues, reapply for funding, and plan potential school renovations.
The town of Amherst is notifying residents that immigrants and undocumented people are always welcome.
22News spoke to the chair of legal studies at UMass to find out who may end up on the court, and what that justice will have to deal with.