Parents and students arriving on campus during the move-in weekend are advised to allow extra travel time due to ongoing road work.
Local police are warning social media users about fake accounts being created under the Chicopee Powerball winners name.
A Holyoke City Council committee recommended approval of a drive-thru at a soon-to- be built Dunkin’ Donuts.
Construction on the MGM Springfield Casino continues to progress everyday.
Masshealth is will invest more than $500 million to allow better access for complex long term and behavioral health needs.
22News found out why some students are ditching the classroom for an online college experience.
22News is working for you with how you can stay safe when your out on the river this holiday weekend.
22News found out who else is in need of rescue and assistance from the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey in Texas.
22News tells us why you might start seeing price cuts in local grocery stores, now that Amazon purchased Whole Foods, and lowered prices.
A local lawmaker filed a bill that would do away with requirements that citizens register to vote, and put them on the rolls automatically.
22News spoke Tuesday with the director of the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency.
The seat became vacant following the death of Rep. Gailanne Cariddi two months ago.
Many farms will begin offering pumpkins after Labor Day, and there are ways you can keep them fresh through October.
The city will soon be offering the ability to pay to park at 1,500 spaces across downtown, through a smartphone app.
The Springfield Police Traffic Bureau and the DA’s Motor Vehicle Homicide Unit are still looking into the cause of the crash.
This marks the third year Holyoke Public Schools will be under state control, following chronic underperformance.
Travaughn Gibson, who was in the department’s day reporting program, allegedly removed his GPS monitoring bracelet last week.
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A spokesperson for MassDOT says some 125 gallons of diesel fuel spilled following the Tuesday morning crash in West Stockbridge.
The best way that you can help the victims of Hurricane Harvey is through a monetary donation, the Red Cross says.