Even bigger than Halloween, candy sales are at their height during the Easter season.
Andrea Marion of Lorraine’s Soup Kitchen told 22News people give generously at Thanksgiving and Christmas, but then donations drop off.
New England customers could see $234-million in refunds.
Funding for Pioneer Valley Planning Commission supports sewage overflow abatement efforts in Springfield, Chicopee and Holyoke.
Charter school supporters are proposing a ballot initiative that would expand the number of charter schools allowed in Massachusetts.
Pittsfield Police say that Derrick LaForest crashed into a free-standing ATM and knocked himself unconscious.
Environmental police say Stephen Smith cut down “a number of old growth oak and other trees,” and planned to sell them as firewood.
UMass wasn’t the only school in western Massachusetts to receive hateful, racist and anti-semitic flyers on campus.
State police announced there will be a sobriety checkpoint in Hampden County Friday.
Springfield police say that syringes and crack pipes were also being offered for sale at the Dwight Mini Mart in the South End.
UMass Amherst and Smith College were among the western Mass. schools targeted on Thursday by hackers spreading messages of hate.
A 5-year-old girl was hit by a car near Springfield Police Headquarters Thursday afternoon.
Police in Monson released photos of the alleged suspect and car involved in a hit and run accident last October.
There’s new information on the case against a construction company involved in a deadly accident in Longmeadow last year.
Addiction rates drop dramatically when substance use is avoided until after age 25
The heroin epidemic continues to be an issue throughout western Mass. Now used needles are turning up in more recreational areas.
The snow is gone, the temperatures are warming up, and many animals are coming out of hibernation.
A statue where people have gone to have their animals blessed is missing, and church members are hoping it can be found.
Early education advocates told 22News preschool teachers are earning more flipping burgers than they are working in the classroom.
22News spoke with South End business owners about how construction has affected them, and what they ultimately think of the project.