Montague’s Board of Selectmen approved a referendum to allow residents to vote on whether to change the high school nickname.
Amherst’s town charter allows the vote to go back into the hands of the residents, most likely this March.
A 31 year-old Springfield resident died after police say he crashed his car into a tractor trailer early Monday morning.
Police said a man inside the apartment barricaded one of the doors to prevent the suspect from getting inside any further.
Holland Police received multiple reports from residents recently who received calls claiming they won large amounts of money.
A 22News viewer took a video showing a snowball fight between Greenfield Police and the neighborhood kids.
22News found out how MGM Springfield plans on dealing with the gambling developments in surrounding states.
Longtime Boston Bruins coach Claude Julien, who led the B’s in their 2011 championship season, is now out of a job.
Being a police officer isn’t just about catching criminals, it is also about connecting with the community!
Its important to know what kind of salt you’re putting down on your driveway and sidewalks.
The product they are using contains a pre-wetting agent that sticks to the road more effectively than dry salt.
Nonprofit organization Sandy Hook Promise is visiting thousands of schools as part of their Start With Hello Call-to-Action Week.
The term “net neutrality” means that Internet providers cannot discriminate when it comes to websites.
Court is back in session at the newly renovated Franklin County Courthouse in Greenfield.
22News spoke with community members that have been affected and found out what resources are available.
A California Catholic college wants to open up a new campus in Franklin County, which could educate up to 400 students.
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As much of Massachusetts deals with wintry weather, state police are urging drivers to take it slow.
Chicopee Mayor Richard Kos and the director of community economic development announced the new program Monday.
The listing of new words ranges from the currently relevant, such as “safe space,” to the unusual “snollygoster.”