The CRRC Springfield facility is scheduled to be completed in October.
A serious warning for Epipen users: Drugmaker Mylan are recalling some of their devices.
The Springfield Democrat did say, however, that President Trump should seek congressional approval before any other military action.
Senate President Rosenberg noted that lots of goods are being purchased online and are not subject to the state sales tax.
High schoolers from across Massachusetts gathered at the State House to experience life as a state Senator or Representative.
The Mohegan and Mashantucket Pequot tribes are offering the state 25% of all slot and table game revenue.
DPW crews are hard at work throughout the region trying to fill problem potholes on local roads.
Local leaders are looking for ways to improve health in the county.
The courthouse was built back in 1974, and has a backlog of cases, and inadequate staffing.
The Franklin County Justice Center hosted a ceremony to officially open the doors of the newly renovated building.
An officer did not know that a nearby resident was taking video of him throwing a football around with some youngsters.
Youth employed through the YouthWorks summer jobs program will make $11 an hour.
This Sunday on 22News InFocus we’ll be looking at two local programs that offer support to teen parents.
Aaron Hernandez has pleaded not guilty in the 2012 killings of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado.
Traffic had been down to a single lane in the area of the former Mount Tom power plant in Holyoke.
“Charging into an endless war is not the answer,” the Worcester Democrat said.
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Mardell Davis was supposed to be arraigned last month, but it was delayed after a judge ordered a mental health evaluation.
Deerfield and State Police are investigating a deadly car accident that happened Thursday night on Sugarloaf Street.
The Holyoke Department of Public Works put up a barrier to keep any more cars from getting damaged by the pothole.