It’s been more than two years since the city of Springfield announced plans to restore the Campanile clock tower.
The Vietnam War started on November 1st, 1955 and ended April 30th, 1975.
Social justice advocate and author Sonia Nieto gave a talk this afternoon about the role of education for Latina’s in western Mass.
Revitalize community Development Corporation kicked off its 4th annual green-n-fit neighborhood block rebuild month.
Clean Water Action has released a new study on local retailers selling food cans lined with BPA.
The Speaker also said he doesn’t believe the House will have time to take up an omnibus bill before work intensifies on the state budget.
The ad-hoc group of senators trying to write a bill are closing in on a final proposal.
The accident was reported shortly after 9:00 A.M. in Springfield’s Upper Hill neighborhood.
The “all clear” has been given at the Chicopee Big Y store, where shoppers and workers had been evacuated Wednesday morning.
The two-unit house went up in flames at around 1:15 Wednesday morning.
Holyoke Police are searching for the groups responsible for a shooting, late Tuesday afternoon, involving a Head Start school bus.
It’ll be a bumpy ride on I-391 for the next 2 years. 22News found out why the MassDOT is putting off resurfacing the highway.
22News found out that with the landfill in Chicopee closing, the city is going to lose money and space for your trash.
Father Paul Archambault took his own life back in 2011, apparently after learning of the accusations against him.
Residents asked the Select Board on Tuesday about ousted Select Board Chair Paul Federici’s ethics complaint to the Attorney General’s offic…
As many as 200 local residents filled the Ware Middle School Tuesday night to express how they don’t want to lose their hospital.
A forum was held in Chicopee to discuss the pending legislation that would provide legal protection for transgenders in public spaces.
Construction on the $95-million Rail Car Manufacturing Facility on Page Boulevard is expected to finish by next year.
Becket Police Officers arrested a man from Concord, New Hampshire for breaking into a home on Tyringham Road in Otis.
Massachusetts lawmakers have to pass the governor’s “Real ID Act” legislation by the end of this legislative session.