A University of Massachusetts athlete has made college sports history, by becoming the first Division I men’s basketball player to come out as being gay.
The state’s Transportation Department is putting $40 million into fixing potholes. Cities and towns were able to apply for funds from the Pothole and Winter Recovery Program.
Many will be glad to know the House Ways and Means Committee’s spending plan won’t call for new tax hikes, but they do plan to spend billions on local aid, subsidized health insurance and to combat the state’s drug epidemic.
April showers bring may flowers, but it also brings muddy roads. 22News reporter saw, first hand, the troubles mud season is causing for Franklin County drivers.
Domestic violence is the leading cause of injury to women in the United States. 22News looks at how employers are now being asked to show more empathy towards these victims.
While some women couldn’t find jobs, and others were unsure about the impact of working moms on young kids, for most families it came down to money.
‘Yes Northampton’ organized a meeting in the Hampshire County community of Florence to discuss the states tax structure. Specifically, who pays and how much?
Continuing Coverage // Westfield’s incoming City Advancement officer will release an official statement regarding the changes happening at Cenveo Envelope Group and Savage Arms.
Police in Monson are on the lookout for three suspects following a home invasion in town early Tuesday morning.
The Springfield Arson and Bomb Squad is looking for the public’s help to find those responsible for a fire at a duplex in the city’s Liberty Heights section.
A car break-in suspect was arrested Tuesday night, after Springfield police found him trying to get a ride home from his mother.
A high-ranking Ludlow police officer is out on personal recognizance after he was charged with stealing drugs from the department’s evidence locker.
Veterans can expect to see a lot of benefits coming their way soon. Governor Deval Patrick signed the second round of the Valor Act.
At a trial between the world’s largest smartphone companies, the biggest problem is cellphones. The judge is having a problem keeping people off their smartphones in the audience.
As part of its 2014 sustainable master plan, the city is launching the solar challenge program, in hopes of installing more solar panels, and making renewable energy affordable in town.
Springfield’s Forest Park is home to dozens of different types of animals, some that could put you in danger.
A virus never seen before in the United States is causing a severe threat to the nation’s pork production.
If you are someone who uses popular social media sites to stay in touch with friends, get information, or promote a business, you might notice some changes in the way one of your accounts looks.
The Department of Public Works has announced that construction has resumed on the Boston Road Reconstruction project following a winter shutdown.
Two men were stabbed during a robbery in Springfield just after midnight