The Senate has introduced a bill that aims to keep the number of hot car deaths from rising.
From now through August 28th, United Way is collecting diapers throughout towns in Hampshire County.
Congressman Richard Neal told 22News he thinks the White House has a much bigger problem than its most recent staff shake-up.
The problems have gotten so bad, homeowners have had sewage back up into their houses when it rains.
The town of Worthington is going to replace a half-century-old fire truck thanks to a federal grant.
State Police say they found heroin, crack cocaine, and firearms in the vehicle.
A planned Dunkin Donuts in Holyoke will cause big problems for Eddie’s Furniture that’s been there for generations.
22News found out what that means for the building and its new owners.
22News was there as the hospital welcomed visitors to take a tour of the new facility.
22News found out how the fencing around the project is affecting the walkway for pedestrians.
If you have travel plans, leave early because chances are you’ll be running into traffic.
Mosquito spraying will be conducted in a portion of Pittsfield following the test results.
The legislation is designed to benefit low-income seniors, military personnel, and people with disabilities.
The minimum wage and paid leave questions, should they reach the ballot, are likely to face pushback from major business groups.
There is a special City Council meeting this Monday night. Find out what it’s all about.
Believe it or not, election season in Westfield is right around the corner. Get the latest candidate information.
Traffic will be down to a single lane in one area of Main Street on Monday and Tuesday.
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The property has been vacant for at least 15 years, and soil contamination had to be dealt with prior to Monday’s demolition.
The two said “I do” while plummeting 20 stories on the Superman-themed coaster at Six Flags New England in Agawam.