An estimated 88,000 adults in Massachusetts are problem gamblers, and another 390,000 are deemed “at-risk” gamblers.
UMass Police closed Massachusetts Avenue at Mullins Way Tuesday night, because of a motor vehicle accident involving a student.
22News found out the Town of Southampton has been working with the fire chief to help him keep his position.
Dozens of Syrian refugees will be coming to live in Hampshire County. 22News explains how Northampton is preparing.
Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture has reopened their emergency farm fund to help farms who’ve suffered economically by the drough…
Northampton residents and city officials will meet Tuesday night to discuss setting up a wayfinding program.
The resettlement was recently approved by the State Department.
Police are searching for a suspect after a gas station was robbed on Route 9 in Hadley Tuesday morning.
22News found out when Syrian refugees will arrive in the City of Northampton and how many will be staying there.
Northampton businesses want the city to do something about the panhandlers. 22News explains how it’s affecting the downtown shops
Generally, counterfeit money is made to look like a $20, $50, or $100 bill, but occasionally there are fake smaller bills.
Friends, family members and future journalists have gathered at UMass to honor the memory of murdered journalist James Foley.
UMass Amherst students have registered their parties with the police since the Party Registration Program launched last week.
“Pokemon Go” has caused its share of car crashes across the country. 22News discovered some startling statistics about this app-based game.
Those explosions in New York and New Jersey raise questions about so-called “sanctuary cities.
911 landline service for the towns of Huntington and Chester was out of service for most of the day Monday.
South Hadley police say that a 29 year-old Chicopee resident shot himself in the finger in the parking lot of McCray’s Country Creamery.
Showers will remain possible the rest of the day.
Green Party Presidential candidate Dr. Jill Stein spoke with voters on what she feels are key issues in the November election.
The goal of the conference is to identify signs and symptoms of non-fatal strangulation in domestic violence victims.