The town is adding a new roundabout to help improve traffic flow at the intersection of East Pleasant and Triangle Streets.
The Retailers Association of Massachusetts said they want to reduce sales tax from 6.25 percent to either 5 percent, or as low as 4.5 percen…
We’ll see a partial solar eclipse in western Massachusetts on August 21. 22News found out why you’ll need to protect your eyes to see it.
Mike Robertson is riding across the country to raise money for retina research.
Northampton’s historic Calvin Theatre has received a face lift, hopefully for the last time.
Several families greeted kids from New York City whom they will be hosting for the next two weeks.
Drivers are complaining that the state could do a better job grooming taking care of the landscape along highways.
Sean Scully pleaded guilty on Wednesday to one count of possession of child pornography in Hampshire Superior Court.
A box truck attached to a trailer detached and rolled over on to the southbound lane.
Presidential candidates competing in Massachusetts need to disclose tax filings in the next election, under a proposed ballot question.
There is great growth in the manufacturing sector, but it requires training that not enough young people have.
Words of comfort and support were on display Wednesday at the Sister Caritas Cancer Center at Mercy Medical Center.
Time is running out for children to get immunized before going back to school.
Music lovers will have to wait one more day for a concert featuring Dan Kane and Friends.
Mayor William Reichelt has no opponent on the ballot, but there are contested races for town council and school committee.
The video shows the woman attempting to ride the jack by pushing off with one of her legs, but she struggles to get very far.
A dog died in Boston after being left in a hot truck for over 2-hours, on an 80-degree day.
Police officers and firefighters worked to revive the 5 year-old boy, who was unresponsive after being removed from the pool.
There will be contested races for city council and school committee in some wards, but Mayor Richard Kos has no ballot opponent.
The Retailers Association of Massachusetts says that they want to reduce the sales tax from the current 6.25% to either 5% or 4.5%.