Some stretches of the Turnpike, such as the immediate Springfield and Worcester areas, do not have any gantries at all.
There is no law that specifically states that ballots have to be marked in pen, according to Secretary of State William Galvin’s office.
Springfield voters will decide on whether to join 161 other Mass. communities that pay more in taxes to fund a Community Preservation Act.
More than 30 western Massachusetts organizations came together Wednesday night to talk about the future of climate change.
All proceeds from October sales of Eric Reeve’s “wood turnings” will be donated to the Food Bank of Western Massachusetts.
The campaign organized to oppose Question 2 on Wednesday said 30 mayors around Massachusetts plan to vote against the question.
The chance for snow is a reminder that winter is not too far away. 22News found out how residents are getting ready for the next season.
Mass. is home to thousands manufacturing companies. Lawmakers are honoring those who make products sold all over the world.
The weight limit on the old wooden bridge has been reduced to six tons, after it was found to be deteriorating.
A Palmer man chased four coyotes away from his chickens on Wednesday.
The 65 year-old man was struck by a train while he was walking on a railroad trestle over the Millers River.
All electronic tolling takes over on Friday at 10 o’clock. 22News explains what you need to know about the transition.
The Attorney General was the keynote speaker for a lecture series at GCC. She outlined her main concerns for students and the region.
The Holyoke Soldiers Home became a polling center on Wednesday. 22News found out how popular early voting is in Holyoke.
While some Turnpike toll collectors know what they will be doing after hand collection ends Friday, not everyone has a job lined up.
The Berkshires and the Pioneer Valley often see significant differences in weather, even though the areas are adjacent.
At a meeting Tuesday night, town residents rejected a plan to construct a new senior center at Bliss Park.
The grant is designed to encourage students entering the science, technology, engineering, and math fields.
Westfield City Clerk Karen M. Fanion went over the exact process of collecting ballots from early voting.
Superintendent Jennifer Willard was clear on why the committee chose to support public schools.