Governor Baker announced $20 million in funding for supportive affordable housing Tuesday.
The hill town’s new State Senator, Adam G. Hinds (D-Pittsfield), held a meeting in Huntington as a part of his “Speak up Western Mass” tour.
The City of Westfield must submit an action plan to identify resources and programs that may benefit from HUD programs.
There was a four-way race to replace Town Clerk Laurie Gibbons, who did not seek re-election this year.
Kennedy Golf Management, which managed two city golf courses, may owe Springfield hundreds of thousands of dollars.
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Southwick received a grant for bridge repair on North Loomis Street.
In order for the proposal to pass, at least 18% of all registered voters in Amherst needed to cast a “Yes” vote on Tuesday,
An outside audit into the contract between the City of Springfield and Kennedy Golf Management, Inc. has been completed.
Teachers, school psychologists and para-professionals could be laid off in the Hampden-Wilbraham Regional School District. 22News found out …
State lawmakers were in West Springfield, Monday night, outlining their plans for the recreational marijuana law.
Police said that a search of the suspect’s house turned up heroin residue on the wall of a room where children slept.
A woman was caught on a surveillance video in Westfield allegedly stealing items with a newspaper.
Boston Chef Andy Husbands hosted the “Cooking Matters Massachusetts Dinner” at 8 cities across the state, including Northampton.
Police in East Longmeadow are hoping to identify a suspect who tried to rob a bank on East Main Street Monday morning.
Chicopee police say that an officer found the suspect stumbling and almost falling down in the Arby’s parking lot.
The American College of Physicians says that any and all addictions must be treated as diseases.
Business owners told 22News it’s a great idea for shoppers, but the change may not be enough to attract more customers.
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Some lawmakers want to make it easier for Internet providers to collect your personal information, without your permission.