Campus police said items were stolen from a students unlocked, unoccupied room Wednesday afternoon.
It’s a shocking statistic, there are hundreds of active gas leaks in Springfield. 22News explains what Columbia Gas plans to do to fix them.
Trump’s plans to de-fund sanctuary cities, stop the nation’s refugee program, and check citizenship may affect Northampton in the future.
22News found out that a beloved fishing derby in Belchertown is in jeopardy of being cancelled for the second consecutive year.
The House has already voted in support of the proposal that could cost taxpayers an additional $18 million dollars if approved.
Geoffrey Small of Newbury has been ordered to stay out of Hampshire County while the case against him moves forward.
Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz told 22News city’s refugees are still safe from Trump’s immigration plans
These restaurant owners hope the designation will help protect employees in an immigrant heavy industry.
The proposed rotary would be built at the intersection of North King Street and Hatfield Street.
MassDOT’s goal is to have the work finished by the August airshow at Barnes Air National Guard Base in Westfield.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for Franklin, Hampden, Hampshire and Berkshire counties until early Wednesday morning.
The City of Northampton issued a parking ban Monday night due to the snow and freezing rain passing through the area.
After the snow falls, it is your job to make sure your sidewalks are safe for pedestrians, and that your car is clear of snow and ice.
22News traveled to Boston on Tuesday and spoke with several lawmakers from western Mass. before the State of the Commonwealth address.
Easthampton’s Department of Public Works has gone over their snow budget again this winter.
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MassDOT is warning drivers to use caution Tuesday morning due to wet, icy and slush covered roads.
Stephanie Start was presented with the basketball used in the game by her coach as a memento for the occasion.
People took part in women’s marches around the world on Saturday. 22News spoke with local women who marched in Washington D.C.
A warm January has not been good for people who enjoy ice fishing, hockey, or other activities on lakes and ponds.