Business is booming, but there is a skills gap. Not as many people are trained for the jobs available.
Rep. Kate Campanale wants to create a tax deduction to help with the burden graduates face when they enter the working world.
Some western Massachusetts high school students discovered Wednesday whether they have what it takes to lead others.
A new report suggests many graduating seniors won’t be prepared for their college courses. 22News explains why.
$112-million in grants to be used for reemployment services and eligibility assessments for people receiving unemployment assistance in all …
The goal is to begin a conversation about attracting more businesses to western Massachusetts, and ultimately create more jobs.
A new dog park, playground, and basketball court are among the improvements being made at Green River Park.
This is severe weather preparedness week. 22News is working for you with what a severe thunderstorm is.
Sales of the iPhone slipped compared to a year ago. Consumers say their new iPhones are not different enough from the previous models.
March marked the eleventh month in a row that a monthly global temperature record was broken.
Western Massachusetts began a 50-year Commemoration of the Vietnam War on Wednesday.
Gas prices have been going up. 22News is working for you to reveal what’s driving the climbing prices.
United Bank is eliminating some positions, while it moves certain functions to their offices in West Springfield and in Connecticut.
A former employee at Pride, located in Westfield used a lost debit card from the ATM to purchase items at Walmart.
Williamsburg police and firefighters believe a medical issue may have caused the driver to veer off the road.
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State House lawmakers could wrap up their debate today over the nearly $40-billion dollar state budget plan.
Members of several local chambers of commerce will head to the Statehouse in Boston to take part in the annual Beacon Hill Summit.
Three accidents that caused heavy delays during the early part of the morning commute have been cleared.
Medical exemptions require a doctor’s approval, but religious exemptions only require a parent’s say-so.