After the House approved the bill Wednesday, the Senate on Thursday, voted 32-6 to reform the voter approved recreational marijuana law.
Keeping your pet safe in the water means buying them a life vest, never leaving them unattended, and even teaching them how to swim.
The celebrity bartenders were helping to raise money for the Irish Cultural Center’s vision to one day house of a library and museum.
Chicopee residents will be able to stay cooler, later on these very hot days at the Sara Jane Sherman Memorial Pool.
The officers presented the colors as the crowd cheered them on at Fenway Park on Thursday.
Greenfield’s mayor released an executive order that relates to the town’s “sanctuary status.”
With McDonald’s now offering a delivery service, the fast-food giant is looking to make customers comfortable eating at home.
CARLISLE, Mass. (AP) — A Massachusetts librarian on her first day on the job has come across live military shells from the Civil War inside …
Springfield Police told 22News 39-year-old Ricardo Cotto and 28-year-old Jennifer Ortiz of Springfield are facing multiple charges.
Health officials are warning about potential exposure to the measles, after a health scare at Hampton Beach in New Hampshire.
Families have been bringing their kids to enjoy the small beach at Forest Lake. There are no lifeguards posted at Forest Lake.
Bill to reform the state’s voter-approved marijuana ballot law is finally making it’s way to Baker’s desk after nearly three weeks of delays…
The 30 mile gap between Exits 3 and 2 is the longest stretch on the Mass Pike without an exit.
Ludlow Senior Center members learned Thursday how to communicate with Alzheimer’s patients.
Bears are more likely to return to an area, after they find food there. That’s why it’s important to keep your property bear proof.
Some of the fidget spinners are equipped with LED lights, and have been reported to catch on fire when charging.
Frustration is reaching new heights for drivers along I-91 in Springfield.
22News explains how the proposal could impact western Massachusetts customers.
Hurley’s former colleagues honored her with a portrait which will hang in the court complex.
Neighbors, members, and staff enjoyed free food, entertainment, and the chance to win prizes.