The event gave school nurses, psychologists, and nursing faculty a chance to network and learn from each other.
National Equal Pay Day is a recognition of the country’s wage gap between men and women. 22News looked at how large the wage gap is in Mass.
Cambridge’s city council voted to ask the House to review whether the president’s business dealings violate the Constitution.
22News is working for you with how beneficial Tuesday’s rainfall, and the leftover snow packs, are to western Massachusetts.
The legislation would guarantee workplace accommodations, including access to seating, bathroom breaks, and lighter duties.
We had some snow Saturday, but a soaking rain on Tuesday. How much snow would we have seen if the temperature had been a little colder?
Our next storm system is bringing snow to the Rockies on Tuesday, and will intensify as it moves eastward.
There’s even a chance for a thunderstorm Tuesday night.
March certainly did not go “out like a lamb” this year, but what kind of weather can we expect for April?
Alumni, students, faculty and staff from Amherst College voted on the Mammoths for the schools official mascot.
University officials announced Monday that Senator Warren will deliver the address at a May 12 graduation ceremony.
The project is part of a state-funded initiative called “Safe Routes to Schools.”
22News is working for you with other ways that snow might melt quicker this upcoming week.
22News called both the Hadley and Amherst Police, but no one could tell us if anyone was hurt.
The 22News Storm Team is working for you to determine if it’s normal to see snow in the month of April.
The mix of snow, sleet, and freezing rain is expected to last through Saturday afternoon. Here’s a list of what’s accumulated so far.
Areas north and west of the Pioneer Valley will be getting mainly snow, while southern and eastern areas will be getting a wintry mix.
Six employees lost their jobs and three others have been suspended as a result.
UMass Amherst students were treated to a Georgia-style feast on Friday, thanks to the New England Patriot’s stunning Super Bowl win.
Pedestrian deaths continue to climb across the country. 22News found out why they’re going up.