The Springfield based Big Y supermarket chain plans to expand its distribution center on Roosevelt Ave.
According to Amherst Fire Chief Tim Nelson, crews responded to a report of smoke at a house on Woodlot Road.
According to the House Speaker’s office, Northampton Rep. Peter Kocot has passed away.
After record breaking high temperatures in the 70s on Wednesday, a wintry mix of weather is returning to western Massachusetts today.
The melting snow and recent rain has turned a lot of dirt roads and driveways into a muddy mess. And things could get even worse next month.
Rep. Solomon Goldstein-Rose became the second lawmaker to withdraw from a political party and it seems a common trend among voters.
Northampton business-people say weather often has a significant impact on their bottom line.
A new study by the non-profit College Board nationally only about 23 percent of students pass the AP exam.
The 22News Storm Team reminds us that winter is not over just yet.
Some residents of Southampton are waking up without water service, due to a water main break Wednesday morning.
The Massachusetts Opioid Litigation Attorneys is a group of local and national law firms filing suit against the worlds larger manufacturers…
Northampton School Director of Health and Safety said the students not being in school during February vacation breaks the cycle of illness.…
SNAP is a federal nutrition program that helps you stretch your food budget and buy healthy food.
22News talked with people Tuesday to find out what they are going to do to take advantage of the mild weather.
Rep. Solomon Goldstein-Rose of Amherst announced that he had changed his party registration to unenrolled.
Coyotes are causing some concerns for pet owners in western Massachusetts.
Dozens of families filled the Amherst Cinemas Monday to see the movie, “Hidden Figures,” which provides a lesson in black history.
The city of Northampton is planning to remove a dam from the Upper Roberts Meadow reservoir.
22News talked with residents today about how this pattern of snow storms and melting has affected their winter season.
Hadley Public Schools Superintendent Annie McKenzie is assuring families that they’re working with Hadley Public Safety to protect students.