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.
Smith College announced on Monday its “Women for the World” campaign significantly surpassed its goal of raising $450 million.
A court decision could impact thousands of drunk driving case in Mass. Some people who’ve been convicted, might want to file an appeal.
A police outreach program in Northampton schools has been canceled after some parents expressed concerns.
Criminals can serve more than one life sentence in prison. 22News found out why that makes sense in the legal system.
It’s been two months since recreational marijuana was legalized, but some residents complain certain laws are confusing.
Make the most of your Presidents day by getting any tax filing questions you have out of the way
22News Storm Team Meteorologist Nick Bannin explains why above-normal temperatures are here to stay for a while.
The congressman, who has long advocated for normalizing relations with Cuba, is having discussions on health care and human rights.
Presidents Day falls between the birthdays of Presidents George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.
Sunday in front of an enthusiastic audience they performed their routine inside the high school gymnasium.
A room of over 30 people gathered at the Easthampton Community Center to hear longtime resident Marty Klein teach them about growing high gr…
Western Massachusetts admirers are mourning the loss of the 62-year-old.
The Belchertown Firefighters’ Association is hosting a pancake breakfast Sunday morning to raise money for better equipment.
62-year-old Larry Kelley has been identified as the victim of Friday’s deadly accident in Belchertown.
A local redevelopment initiative hopes to bring new life to the Falls neighborhood in South Hadley.
Police haven’t said what the suspect’s connection is to the rented space on Pleasant Street, where the explosives were found.
The family of three flew in from Turkey on Friday. 22News found out there are a lot of people working to help them settle in.
More than 100 UMass students and some professors participated in Friday’s event, which coincides with a national “general strike.”