The week-long academy, run by Belchertown police, will include a mock crime scene, vehicle law enforcement, and K-9 operations.
After a Chicopee police officer was cited for failure to completely stop at a red light, some local residents were confused.
They compromised on a bill that would alter the tax of recreational marijuana and communities’ control of pot shops.
Police said the suspect(s) made off with an undetermined amount of money.
The danger of improperly disposed needles worries local parents that their kids may not have safe places to play this summer.
The municipal parking lot and businesses on Cottage Street will remain open.
After what was a very poor season for many crops last year- the peach crop was actually wiped out- this year is looking a whole lot better.
Bicycle accidents have the state raising awareness for pedestrian and bike safety. 22News explains the “Rules of the Road” for bicyclists.
For the third year in a row, state residents will have to pay more to attend classes at the University of Massachusetts.
The state is trying to deal with declining tax revenues, and that could impact those who rely on public transit in Hampshire County.
22News is taking a look at what the rules are when it comes to life jackets.
Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz recently pledged the city to maintaining the goals outlined in the Paris Climate Change Agreement.
Students attending UMass next fall will soon have a better of idea of what they’ll be paying in tuition and fees.
22News went to Calabrese farms in Southwick to find out how this summer’s weather has helped, but has also put a toll on our crops.
Whether a Scot by heritage or by choice, the crowd savored the time honored traditions during the festival.
22News is working for you with how some businesses are taking a hit due to the rain.
With the annual event occurring on Bastille Day, organizers took the opportunity to add a little French flare to the occasion.
A flashing yellow arrow is the safer alternative to the traditional left turn arrow which goes from green to yellow to a steady green light.
The Springfield City Library and the Goodwin Memorial Library are receiving millions of dollars from the state.
Could you go two months without a paycheck? The 22News I-Team reveals why that’s become the norm for a group of state funded lawyers.