Amherst and State Police are still investigating what caused a motorcycle accident last week on Kellogg Avenue.
Hundreds of people gathered at the Log Cabin, Friday night, to remember a young man whose life touched so many.
Congressman Jim McGovern, who has raised treatment funding from the federal government, toured the recovery center on Friday.
Seating was limited Friday night as Senator Elizabeth Warren’s book tour stopped at Mount Holyoke College.
Traffic is once again moving on the South End Bridge, which fully re-opened on both sides late Friday afternoon.
The victim was taken to Baystate Medical Center, where Chicopee police say he was uncooperative.
If you saw any vehicles in the area between 12:45 a.m. and 1:00 a.m., you’re asked to call the Wilbraham Police Department.
One of the suspects was charged in connection to a shooting, and also faces a kidnapping charge.
The crash happened at the corner of Union and Walnut Streets just before 8:30 a.m.
The Planning Board voted in favor of sending the marijuana bylaws to the Town Council for final preparation, so it can be put on the ballot.
The bedbug problem is continuing to strike apartments in the organization’s housing despite continued efforts to eradicate the problem.
City officials have chosen the locations of the city’s fifth annual Earth Day Clean-up on April 22 and are still looking for volunteers.
22News went to the State House on Friday where Massachusetts lawmakers are crafting next year’s budget.
State agriculture officials have completed a plan to preserve honeybees and their habitats, a species that’s in decline.
The Baker-Polito administration has taken a few steps to help conserve the public water supplies in western Massachusetts.
Senator Edward Markey told 22News that the state is getting millions in federal aid to combat the opioid epidemic.
Hundreds of Uber and Lyft drivers who failed the state’s new background check system have won their appeals.
MassDOT planned to begin repairs on April 1st, but it was delayed due to not having the proper permit.
Earth Day is on Saturday this year, but UMass Amherst students started celebrating a day early.
Ahead of Earth Day, people are thinking about ways we can improve the quality of life we enjoy on this planet.