Massachusetts lawmakers have different ideas on how to spend the marijuana money, but they all agree the tax rate could go higher.
The 22News I-Team reveals if police departments in western Massachusetts are making sure their confiscated cash hasn’t disappeared.
The newest U.S. Drought monitor came Thursday and the extreme drought area now includes more of western Massachusetts.
MGM Springfield gave 22News a tour of their construction zone on Thursday. Here’s a look at the progress they’ve made so far.
In an effort to save lives, residents in Springfield learned Thursday night how to use the opiate reversal drug.
Dylan Ducharme prompted a lockdown at a local hospital after he fired a gun in the air and pointed the weapon at three people.
A series of new laws took effect on Thursday that protects your pets and you for saving them.
Some Northampton residents think a “Hate Free Zone” resolution is exactly what the city needs.
With all of I-91’s construction, narrowed lanes, and restricted traffic, people are wondered where they’ll put the snow this winter.
A deteriorating bridge in the Town of Palmer will be down to one lane starting on November 21st.
Springfield Police have locate an elderly man who had left his Carnavon Circle home Thursday afternoon and failed to return.
There’s an alarming new report about addiction across the country, and it may affect your perception of substance abuse.
Some of the blame is being placed on GPS devices, as well as texting and talking on the phone while driving.
The state police decided to conduct dive training at Greenwater Pond, where they could continue the search for the remains of Jamie Lusher.
The victim was taken to Baystate Medical Center in Springfield with serious injuries where he died.
State Police have cleared the Westfield-Barnes Regional Airport, Thursday night, after they investigated a bomb threat report.
Westfield police say that they received two separate reports of children being approached by drivers asking for help with their GPS system.
As we approach the coldest nights of the year, remember: about half a million people are without the comfort and shelter that a home provide…
The state unemployment rate fell for the fourth consecutive month in October. 22News explains what this means for the Massachusetts economy.
UMass Amherst is one of the many places where events were held Thursday to encourage people to quit, or never start smoking to begin with.