The event was hosted at Chez Josef, where dads and their daughters were served dinner, followed by dancing and giveaway contests.
Agawam Mayor Richard Cohen says the town did not get enough notice about pesticides being used to kill European starlings.
A sigh of relief for thousands of Massachusetts students who attended the now-defunct American Career Institute.
A section of Arnold Avenue was closed Friday night because of a water main break in Springfield’s Pine Point neighborhood.
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A year and 3 months after it opened, New England Treatment Access is still the only medical marijuana dispensary in western Massachusetts.
The suspect allegedly refused to turn off his pickup truck and get out, so the officer used pepper spray on him, but that did not work.
State Police said the 24-year-old Chicopee man ran off after police stopped him on Interstate 391 Friday morning.
Two men have pleaded not guilty to sexually assaulting a woman in western Massachusetts.
Massachusetts State Police said the driver lost control of the car and hit several cars before hitting the house.
Sunderland’s police chief says that it is unclear whether Steele died as a result of the crash, or had suffered a medical episode.
Springfield’s African-American community is reflecting on the Obama Presidency as he prepares to leave the White House.
The flag’s raising, honoring the memory of the slain civil rights leader, followed a stirring tribute at City Hall.
Many more Massachusetts residents are turning to the state’s Health Connector website to shop for health insurance.
Franklin County bars and restaurants are stocking up on beer and wings for all the Patriots fans they expect to see Saturday night.
It’s the end of era, but also, the beginning of a new one at Westover Air Reserve Base in Chicopee.
Easthampton’s only remaining Roman Catholic Church undergoes renewal by way of extensive renovations.
Massachusetts Senate President Rosenberg toured a Turners Falls factory. 22News asked Rosenberg what was the purpose of his visit.
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Attendees sang the civil rights anthem “We Shall Overcome” at the annual breakfast by the Council for Human Understanding.