Over the past six months nearly half of schools tested in western Massachusetts had at least one sample with high levels of lead or copper.
Scalds from hot beverages caused 88 percent of the burns to children under 5 in 2015.
Traffic was backed up for miles from the South End to Longmeadow.
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The Southwick Police Department has been investigating a breaking and entering case in recent weeks.
The Pittsfield Fire Deputy Chief told 22News there were no injuries in the house fire.
The National Weather Service issued a Winter Weather Advisory for all of western Massachusetts starting Tuesday morning.
22News went to Monday night’s West Springfield City Council meeting and spoke with residents on both sides of the issue.
First of a series of training sessions was held Monday, educating people on the opioid epidemic and what we can do to help stop overdoses.
22News confirmed Monday night that plans are in the works to open a marijuana cultivation facility on Appleton Street in Holyoke.
Victims of the January fire on Main Street in Holyoke recently spoke to 22News about feeling forgotten.
The sedan crashed into the underside of a trailer early Monday morning, killing driver of the car.
A crash on Montgomery Rd in Westfield over the weekend took the life of a Westfield man.
Many fans went to Dick’s Sporting Goods looking for Super Bowl winning shirts, sweatshirts, hats, and other memorabilia.
It was a big night for one high school basketball player in Springfield, Monday night, who scored the 1,000th point of her career.
With the president’s travel ban on hold, refugees planning on resettling in Northampton can continue their vetting process.
A 25 year-old man from Hadley is the third person charged in connection to a home invasion in Amherst this past fall.
Every single Republican in the Legislature voted against an $18 million pay increase package, but it passed anyway.
A plan to build new pipeline that would run through Otis State Forest has angered some environmentalists.
The case could clarify whether groups can legally distribute clean needles to drug users in Massachusetts