Close to 20 area small farmers had set up open-air booths to sell their produce: lettuce, cabbage, kale, corn, string beans, peas and squash…
Local college students and collaborators held a networking event in Springfield, Thursday, to promote entrepreneurship.
A second drowning in the Deerfield River is raising concerns about water safety in Franklin County.
Springfield has considered using red light cameras in the past, but there is a reason the city declined.
Longmeadow police say a man was driving down Llewellyn Street, when the road beneath him began to give way.
Holyoke police say that the driver of the truck did not stop after causing the damage.
At one point, traffic was backed up through Ludlow and Wilbraham, stretching into Palmer.
The public housing authority allegedly did not properly communicate with a 82 year-old tenant, who is deaf.
For the first time in nearly 40 years, the debt-collection industry could face a massive overhaul.
State lawmakers want to know more about the sexual assault prevention practices of colleges and universities.
A five day voluntary water ban in Hadley just turned mandatory. But a lot of people still don’t know about it.
22News found out how much that could hurt tourism in Franklin County.
Downtown Northampton was even busier than usual on Thursday as Dozens of merchants lined the Main Street sidewalk.
Unused headstones are piling at one Western Massachusetts cemetery.
They may not vote for Donald Trump in November, but Bernie Sanders supporters may not vote at all.
The state’s probation commissioner said a phone call from his sister one day “brought home” for him the issue of probation fees.
It’s been a hot week but it’s also been a profitable week for ice cream shops whose business it is to try and help keep us cool.
1. I want my children to enjoy some sweets, but not too many. How much sugar is realistic but healthy?
Former Governor Michael Dukakis shared some perspective Thursday on November’s contest between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
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