This is the detachment’s fourth year-long deployment overseas since the 9/11 attacks.
Governor Charlie Baker’s new budget bill includes new funding to help school districts deal with rising costs of health insurance and employ…
Mayor Alex Morse says that a new commission has been helping Holyoke deal with properties of concern over the past year.
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Snow fell across western Massachusetts Tuesday and into Wednesday.
The snow will fade from southwest to northeast as the storm gradually lifts away around sunrise Wednesday.
Police blocked off a section of Acushnet Avenue, Tuesday night, while firefighters worked to control a house fire in the city’s South End.
Northampton’s Superintendent of Schools told 22News there are now gender neutral bathrooms in all six Northampton schools.
Police need the public’s help in identifying the driver of a white pick-up truck, who allegedly damaged a vehicle in the YMCA parking lot.
Chicopee Police need the public’s help in finding a local man, who has been missing for more than three weeks.
Two of the three Agawam officers who were fired after an alleged use of force incident, are being allowed to return to the police department…
Former Florida Governor and presidential candidate Jeb Bush addressed a packed house at Amherst College, Tuesday night.
22News is working for you with a look of parking bans in effect throughout our area.
Amherst Public schools is now looking to fix the schools’ immediate issues, reapply for funding, and plan potential school renovations.
For Massachusetts, 88 cases of human trafficking were reported to the national hotline in 2016, including 67 cases of sex trafficking.
The town of Amherst is notifying residents that immigrants and undocumented people are always welcome.
Powerful workers coalition laid out their top legislative priorities for the year, including an effort to raise the minimum wage even higher…
The Springfield Narcotics Unit witnessed a drug deal during a drug surveillance operation early Monday afternoon.
Chicopee police say a man was walking toward the Willimansett Bridge on Chicopee Street when he tossed a baggie on the ground.
The caller tells customers that they owe money immediately, and if they don’t pay, their service will be cut off.