MassDEP announced funding for more than a dozen western Massachusetts recycling programs.
Democratic Congressman Richard Neal says that President-Elect Trump may moderate some of his views once he gets into office.
Trump came up short in major population centers such as Springfield, but carried some communities that haven’t gone Republican in decades.
Two questions passed and two questions were rejected by voters Tuesday.
Holyoke Community College students, staff, faculty, and friends marked Veterans Day on Wednesday by taking part in the 22 Pushup Challenge.
More than 200 fire departments across the country partner with Operation Warm, providing coats to children each year.
Students at the Roberta Doering School in Agawam showed their respect to our nation’s veterans Wednesday.
Well we knew the warm air wouldn’t last long. 22News is tracking some cooler temperatures on the way.
Police officers and firefighters searched outside and inside the arena, after the threat was discovered Wednesday morning.
The hearing was at 10 a.m. for the public to learn and comment about the proposal.
Police told 22News the man was not hurt but his belongings were stolen.
The polling centers throughout Massachusetts closed at 8:00 p.m. Tuesday. Click Here to view the Election Results as they come in.
Following an expensive and high-profile campaign, the “no” side on Ballot Question 2 is declaring victory.
Massachusetts voters have approved an animal rights measure, designed to create more humane conditions for farm animals.
Chicopee Police are searching for an armed suspect who robbed a convenience store Tuesday night on Chicopee Street.
The Springfield Fire Department was called to Clinton Street, late Tuesday afternoon, to recover a body from the Connecticut River.
Absentee and early votes had to be folded in an envelope, and weren’t going into their machines Tuesday night.
Several dozen official ballots had to be hand counted Tuesday night, according to the Northampton City Clerk.
State Senator Eric Lesser says he has won a second term in the Legislature, beating back a challenge from James “Chip” Harrington.
Democrat Nick Cocchi is declaring victory in a race to succeed his longtime boss Michael Ashe as the next sheriff of Hampden County.