There seems to be a persistent pothole problem in western Massachusetts. 22News found out how the city of Holyoke is looking to fix them.
The number of people receiving fuel assistance through the Valley Opportunity Council dropped about 5% from last year.
Williamstown police on Thursday urged people to contact them if they have information about 23-year-old Nathaniel Whittle.
The district attorney is challenging local high school students to come up with messages to discourage impaired driving.
Marijuana concentrate is illegal over the state line in Connecticut, but its legal status in this state is a bit unclear.
After an 18-hours of debate, the House Ways and Means Committee has become the first to approve a bill to repeal Obamacare.
The City claims that Baystate Auto Sales on Berkshire Avenue was not operating with the proper licenses.
The BAPAC is expected to give recommendations in an attempt to improve the protection of the Barnes Aquifer and other water sources.
A request from a city councilor regarding the US National Guard and an update on the noise mitigation plan were the two main highlights.
The town of Granville has filed a preliminary injunction against the Southwick-Tolland-Granville Regional School District.
Governor Charlie Baker’s proposal would impose a $2,000 per employee assessment on companies that don’t meet certain requirements.
More than 50 shamrocks are being painted along the parade route from Northampton Street to High Street.
The state fire marshal says that combustible materials next to the wood stove ignited, causing fire to spread through the house.
Congressman Richard Neal has plans to talk with and listen to constituents during a town hall meeting scheduled for Saturday.
Westfield Senator Don Humason is moving up the ranks in the Republican leadership.
We may have seen abnormally high temperatures near 70 last month, but it is normal to have a decent amount of snow in March.
U.S. Marshals say that Luis Lebron-Rivera was hiding out in an abandoned apartment in downtown Springfield.
State Sen. Eric Lesser met with Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy, who is encouraging Massachusetts Gov. Baker to invest in the rail link.
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The student is reportedly driving a 2013 gray Toyota Tacoma truck with a Texas license number CBJ0333.