One restaurant in Chicopee had a line out the door Friday night, and customers faced a two-hour wait to get in.
More than 100 people packed the Springfield High School of Science and Technology gym on Friday for a cultural event.
The museum is dedicated to heritage preservation, and focuses on the history and culture of early New England.
Students had the opportunity to showcase their work Friday night at Western New England University’s news and media festival.
The bill makes three key changes regarding pre-existing conditions, Medicaid, and benefits.
The school committee unanimously approved the policy, which prevents staff from referring undocumented students to ICE.
22News spoke with the Hadley Town Administrator about how the decision to temporarily ban selling marijuana was made.
Two Springfield facilities agree to improve handling and reporting hazardous chemicals.
Airline fees have risen significantly in recent years. 22News explains the “FAIR Act” and how it could ground the soaring costs.
A group of eighth graders in Springfield were in court on Friday, but they weren’t in trouble.
It may not be the nicest weather but all the rain has helped us out of our rainfall deficit.
Western Massachusetts Red Cross volunteers are helping victims and assessing the damage from the floodwaters in Missouri and Arkansas.
The forum will take place on Saturday at the First Congregational Church on Silver Street in Greenfield.
Town residents will vote Saturday on a Proposition 2 1/2 override.
About 400 students major in the sciences at Westfield State University, and they hope to attract even more.
The international pharmaceutical giant McKesson has a presence here in western Massachusetts.
Springfield is now an Urban Bird Treaty City. 22News is working for you with what that designation means.
Members of the Big E Mardi Gras band traded the sounds of New Orleans for south of the border for a performance Friday.
If you’ve been sniffling and sneezing lately you’re not alone. 22News explains how this weather can affect you if you’re an allergy sufferer
By the end of the year, about 200 new trees will have been planted by the City of Chicopee.