Oprah Winfrey will deliver Smith College’s Commencement Address on Sunday, May 21st
The ride-sharing service Lyft announced its expansion to four cities in Massachusetts, on Thursday, after a 40-city launch in January.
Governor Charlie Baker’s administration reaffirms President Trump’s decision on transgender rights has no weight on Massachusetts schools.
Thirty-three year-old Amber Joubert, who had been missing since mid-January, was found safe Thursday.
High pressure explains why we are dealing with temperatures that are well above-average.
Easthampton City Councilor Tamara Smith said the proposal had caused too much division, and that wasn’t the foundation to pass it on.
Governor Charlie Baker became choked up while talking about the fallen soldier from Ware at a State House ceremony on Wednesday.
The Amherst Fire Chief told 22News the department’s minimum staffing levels haven’t changed for the last 25 years; it’s a matter of safety.
The manager of the Northampton Aeronautics Flight School told 22News a student pilot actually flies the plane during their first lesson.
During Wednesday night’s meeting, an Easthampton City Councilor asked to withdraw the proposal to become a “sanctuary city”.
On the 85th anniversary of awarding the first Purple Heart, the City of Easthampton received the huge honor.
Private First Class Brian Odiorne died in a non-combat related incident in Iraq. 22News spoke with family, friends and his former teachers.
The JCC Association of North America says 54 Jewish community centers have been threatened since January.
The German automaker has offered to buy back cars involved in an emissions scandal, but some former owners say their payments are delayed.
Pfc. Brian Odiorne died Monday in a “non-combat” incident while serving in Iraq. His death is still being investigated by the military.
The Northampton deputy fire chief said apartment tenants & people at a nightclub next door were able to evacuate safely and return afterward…
The Army Private was killed in a “non-combat related incident” this week. 22News spoke with local residents still processing the loss.
What started as harmless high-fives between kids and Northampton police became controversial.
Residents are expected to vote next month on a ballot question over whether to combine the Fort River and Wildwood Elementary schools.
Arborists working for the utility company will be hard at work, removing potential hazards along 3,000 miles of power lines statewide.