The Massachusetts Executive Office of Education announced that the state ranked first in the nation with the best overall education system.
Mother nature can’t seem to make up her mind. 22News is working for you with why we’re seeing this warmer weather.
The college plans to change equestrian from an official team sport to a club sport, and close the on-campus horse barn.
Polito’s stop in Westfield was one of two she would be making during her day in western Massachusetts.
Residents of Granville gathered Tuesday night to discuss the future of the Granville Village School.
The Agway property expansion at 323 Lockhouse Road and the contentious Roots Athletic Complex at 181 Root Road were among the topics.
Eversource Energy crews are out working to fix the outage, a company spokesperson says.
The program is designed to improve job placement outcomes for youth with disabilities.
IT and manufacturing are growing fields in western Massachusetts, and a class is offering people a chance to build their skills.
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Greenfield police say that the suspect had been prevented from volunteering at the meal, due to past disruptive behavior.
22News is hosting an American Red Cross blood drive Wednesday from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at our studios in Chicopee.
Massachusetts minimum wage went up to $11. 22News found out a higher minimum could impact some jobs and not in a good way.
A local doctor told 22News that the flu is so common, we often forget it can be dangerous.
Joseph Bartolomeo, who is an English Professor and Associate Dean at UMass Amherst, will appear on the game show on January 5th.
A proposed medical marijuana dispensary was one of the topics of concern at the Deerfield Planning Board meeting Tuesday night.
Three people have lost their lives in the fire located at 106 North East Street in Holyoke on Sunday.
After more than a month of investigating the deadly fire in Erving, the Massachusetts Department of Fire Services has determined the cause.
According to the Attorney General’s Office, Gary Nardi, 45, of Ludlow, was indicted on the charges of larceny over $250.
LeeAnn Thompson was indicted in connection with allegedly stealing more than $150,000 from taxpayers and the town of Blandford.