The Department of Housing and Urban Development says that the landlord retaliated against the family after they filed a complaint.
While not taking a stance on the proposal itself, Senate President Stanley Rosenberg says there hasn’t been enough public input.
At a meeting Wednesday night in Greenfield, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation announced four projects.
The Springfield City Council approved construction of a new $27-million heat and power plant for Baystate Health Systems.
Springfield College Men’s Coach Charlie Sullivan will serve on the Men’s Volleyball Olympic coaching staff for Team USA.
The International Language Institute in Northampton, Wednesday night, honored refugees looking to better their lives by learning English.
The #UMassGives fundraiser was trending on Twitter Wednesday, and has raised tens of thousands of dollars.
The Massachusetts House gave unanimous approval to a nearly $40 billion state budget that does not include any new taxes.
A new report says more than 60 workers died on the job in 2015 in Massachusetts.
There have been lane closures for months, but drivers who can’t avoid the highway say there are still major delays, and confusion every day.
While other parts of the country have been dealing with severe weather and tornadoes we can also get them in western Massachusetts.
Baystate is asking the state for an additional $10M in next year’s budget. There could be layoffs if the legislature can’t secure the money.
22News is working for you with what an active hurricane season could mean for western Massachusetts
A type of bacteria that kills mosquito larvae will be sprayed from a helicopter flying over East Longmeadow Thursday morning.
Business is booming, but there is a skills gap. Not as many people are trained for the jobs available.
Rep. Kate Campanale wants to create a tax deduction to help with the burden graduates face when they enter the working world.
Some western Massachusetts high school students discovered Wednesday whether they have what it takes to lead others.
A new report suggests many graduating seniors won’t be prepared for their college courses. 22News explains why.
$112-million in grants to be used for reemployment services and eligibility assessments for people receiving unemployment assistance in all …
The goal is to begin a conversation about attracting more businesses to western Massachusetts, and ultimately create more jobs.