A meeting was held in Northampton, Thursday night, with a goal of helping undocumented immigrants feel safer in the community.
A heat wave is when the high temperature reaches 90 degrees or higher, 3 days in a row. So far in 2014, we haven’t had any.
Southwick health director Thomas Fitzgerald has closed the town beach once again this week due to high levels of bacteria in the lake.
An Adams police officer was arraigned on charges of uttering a false prescription and attempting to commit a crime.
Could what’s happening in Ferguson, Missouri happen here? That’s what the head of the Springfield NAACP wants to prevent.
The 22News I-Team continues to follow any developments in the state’s efforts to move families sheltered in hotels and motels out.
Medical Marijuana is legal in MA, but UMass Amherst is still banning its use. 22News found out the issue boils down to dollars and cents.
New Englanders heating their homes with gas will pay more this winter, but that may not necessarily be case here in WMass.
Thirty-eight people are facing hundreds of indictments accused of participating in an alleged insurance fraud ring.
22News reporter Matt Caron interviewed UMass Professor Noy Holland on her memories of her student, James Foley.
The City of Boston is coming up with a plan to deal with the deadly Ebola virus if it were to come to Massachusetts.
Columbia Gas crews have repaired a gas line in Longmeadow that was struck by a contractor Thursday afternoon.
A deteriorating overpass will cause the ramp from Route 5 to I-91 north to remain closed for a while.
We don’t see shovels in the ground, but MGM continues to work on its project in Springfield.
New technology available on new cars aims to help people avoid accidents that result from distracted driving.
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22News takes a look at when it’s the right time to discuss issues like senior parents driving, nursing home care, and final arrangements.