There’s a proposal to put in a dispensary in Southwick. Those proposing the idea say the location being considered is an ideal spot.
There have been more reports of animals with rabies in Western Massachusetts.
22News discovered that this spring’s dry weather made conditions ideal for these insects.
Students and teachers are expected to meet high educational standards, whether it’s for common core, MCAS, PARCC testing, SATs, ACTs or life…
Mayor Alex Morse, along with the Police Chief James Neiswanger, swore in seven new Holyoke police officers on Tuesday afternoon.
$1.6-million grant will help provide broadband and digital television access to Hinsdale, Lanesborough and West Stockbridge.
Are you registered to vote? 22News has what you need to know to ensure you’re can vote for the upcoming primaries.
MassDEP says that once they did disclose the generators, some of the information they provided was missing or inaccurate.
Docks surrounded by dry land, enlarged river banks- this summer’s drought has taken a toll on the Connecticut River.
AIC will play all home games at the MassMutual Center as well as hold their practices there.
Nathan Byam-Mooney is a student pilot with the “Wise Owls” Training Squadron based in Corpus Christi, Texas.
Winter rye grass seed will be dropped from a low-flying helicopter, as part of a USDA program to keep the soil healthy.
Traffic is now moving freely again down Burnett Road following the Tuesday morning crash.
A local man fell from a bridge over the weekend, authorities said.
Governor Charlie Baker is expected to sign a bill Tuesday that’ll make it easier for local governments to make their own decisions.
Police said a road rage incident turned violent and resulted in one man behind bars.
Neighbors said that the sheep were running from yard to yard, eating their grass, and leaving droppings on the sidewalks.
22Nws exclusively spoke with Springfield College men’s volleyball coach Charlie Sullivan, who will assist the men’s team in Rio.
The FDA is placing new restrictions on e-cigarettes and vaporizers. Massachusetts banned the sale of e-cigarettes to minors in 2015.
The 22News I-Team has new information on why Homeland Security investigators were at South Boulevard in West Springfield on July 29th.