“The distance between Amherst and Springfield just got a lot shorter,” UMass Chancellor Kumble Subbaswamy said.
A bipartisan commission will take a closer look at how much the people you elected into office get paid.
The candidates for governor are trying to position themselves as the best human services leader for Massachusetts.
The Department of Justice is said to have new intelligence suggesting ISIS terrorists are trying to recruit Americans.
Western Massachusetts residents are worried about this new terrorist threat and what it could mean for American soil.
A broken track is being blamed for a train derailment in Greenfield Wednesday morning that caused a small brush fire.
The squalid central Massachusetts home where the remains of three infants were found has been ordered torn down.
A new study reports that state highways across the nation are showing little progress at improving their road conditions.
22News first told you in the spring about serious traffic congestion along Springfield’s busy Sumner Ave. Sy Becker found out why it’s still…
With all the excitement surrounding the new iPhone, people may have their eyes glued to their cellular devices now more than ever.
The State Treasurer’s Unclaimed Property Division is holding two and a half billion dollars in unclaimed cash and valuables.
For the second year, the state is selling “Green Bonds,” but only for one week, because they went fast.
It’s a statistic that may have you thinking twice about how you pay for things at the store.
Lately we’ve been seeing quite a bit of sunny weather and so far it’s been a pretty dry September.
Jews throughout the world are getting ready to celebrate Rosh Hashanah, which marks the start of the holiest days in the Hebrew calendar.
Police catch a man digging a hole behind a grave at a New Bedford cemetery.
Be advised, this can not be seen from the roadways and people should know that trespassing on railroad property is arrestable.