MassDOT planned to begin repairs on April 1st, but it was delayed due to not having the proper permit.
Earth Day is on Saturday this year, but UMass Amherst students started celebrating a day early.
Ahead of Earth Day, people are thinking about ways we can improve the quality of life we enjoy on this planet.
The future of the 80 year old Blandford Ski Resort hinges on the number of skiers they have by the time the ski season begins.
Business owners in Springfield are using extra staff and ordered additional food in preparation for Restaurant Week.
The first 100 days of President Donald Trump are in the books, and under the microscope.
The event addressed topics that impact women in the workplace, like personal development, career advancement and money management.
The gym will have equipment for sensory-based activities, which can be therapeutic for children who went through abuse, neglect, and trauma.
Four bank locations celebrated Earth Day Eve by giving away a total of 400 locally grown tomato plants as well as garden seeds.
Funding helps communities to reduce energy costs, usage and emissions by investing in energy efficiency and renewable energy.
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Great River Hydro LLC, a subsidiary of the Boston-based investment firm ArcLight Capital Partners, bought the dams for $1.06 billion.
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State police said troopers from the Springfield barracks will be cracking down on everything from speeding to distracted driving.
22News asked local restaurant and bar owners if they feel extended hours would be an unfair advantage for the casinos.
22News has an update on the Interstate 91 construction in Springfield and on an upcoming project for Route 5 in West Springfield.
Massachusetts would be free of an official drought classification if it weren’t for the Town of Southwick.
Rising temperatures means more chances to get out on the water. 22News is working for you with tips to keep safe.
Serio’s Market closed last month after 66 years, but its accompanying pharmacy is still open and ready for business.
West Springfield police received a report of a man who possibly had a gun at the Toll House apartments Thursday afternoon.