A community collaboration helps identify the root cause of food insecurity, and provides services and resources to those needing help.
The bridge is expected to reopen next summer once repairs are finished.
A section of Chicopee Street was closed for about an hour and a half due to the accident.
The Cannabis Control Commission’s goal is to have a draft of regulations ready by December 29th that will be voted on in March.
Easthampton High School freshmen are now being referred to as “first year students” as the school aims to be more gender inclusive.
Northampton police will join local police departments across the state in the national Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign.
22News is working for you to find out how western Massachusetts tax payers might be affected by the tax reform bill on Capitol Hill.
The American Red Cross is hoping you will donate blood this holiday season.
A car accident on Chicopee Street in Granby temporarily closed down a portion of the road.
It’s not much, but a dusting or coating of snow could cause some slippery conditions on the roads and sidewalks this morning.
MassDOT wants you to take a two minute survey about your commute.
Thieves have targeted three prominent businesses, and one of them twice, in Northampton over the past three days.
The meningitis vaccine is two injections, 28 days apart. University Health Services are reminding students to get that second dose.
High temperatures on Wednesday were only in the teens and 20s and the wind chill made it feel like it was only in the single digits.
Peter Sheremeta of Belchertown IS accused of driving away after a crash that killed William Wanczyk last year.
22News Storm Team Meteorologist Nick Bannin says temperatures won’t get that much warmer as the day goes on.
According to mass fish and wildlife, Bears typically go into hibernation in mid November to early December.
Barbeau began building his home more than a year ago, but had to stop after the town said the foundation didn’t comply with code.
22News is working for you with what goes into the decision to call school off for the day.
MassDOT is urging drivers to make smart decisions after second snowfall of the season.