After a very dry start to July we’ve finally been getting a bit more in the way of rain showers and thunderstorms lately.
The Town of Amherst is asking residents to comply with these restrictions to help address the impacts of drought conditions.
The Red Cross issued an emergency call for blood and platelet donors. 22News explain why it’s important to be a donor during the summer.
Western Massachusetts town leaders shared with State Senate about how they want to see your tax money spent in your community.
The Appeals Court nominee worked on a series of cases after the 2003 court decision that legalized same-sex marriage in Massachusetts.
Some Hadley residents were without power, Wednesday morning, as Eversource Energy crews worked to fix a downed power line.
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Police in Chicopee are asking for your help finding a teenager who’s been missing since Monday.
Firefighters in ware were called to an early morning fire on Wednesday near Route 9.
A 22News investigation into a laser eye center in West Springfield, after five patients were blinded in one eye.
The new tests will computerized, but some argue we shouldn’t be spending more money on standardized tests.