Moose tend to be most active at dawn and dusk, and they do not worry about oncoming traffic.
Traffic is now moving again on East Street, which was shut down for hours as firefighters worked to put out a fire.
The solar project is expected to expand access to solar savings for western Massachusetts residents.
A previous system allowed prescribers to track a patient’s opioid history but it had limitations, such as it only showing history for Mass.
The Community Living Center is a brand new place for veterans to get medical care, both short and long term.
Students sang patriotic songs, and stood in silence as they watched a flag folding demonstration by the U.S. Army ROTC Color Guard.
Residents of the Holyoke Soldiers Home were invited to the Chicopee school for a special ceremony Thursday.
Thursday marks 241 years since the U.S. Marine Corps was formed by the Continental Congress.
It will be legal in Massachusetts for anyone 21 or older to buy, possess, and use up to an ounce of marijuana starting December 15th.
Eleven cities and towns across the state voted to adopt the Community Preservation Act.
The Chambers of Commerce from several western Mass communities held an annual legislative symposium on Thursday.
Twenty-five percent of vehicles purchased annually by state government must be zero emission vehicles by 2025, under legislation approved by…
Incoming Hampden County Sheriff Nick Cocchi will assume office in January, and he will be getting some help from the current officeholder.
Places from stores and restaurants to car shops and national parks are participating in Veterans Day specials.
The conference is for emergency responders and the public responding to incidents of “wandering.”
Active duty and veterans from Westover Air Force Base will be attending.
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A 22News viewer sent us video of a bull moose as it was in the woods in Agawam Wednesday afternoon.
A Springfield Police Captain said the victims aren’t cooperating with police.
The moose is believed to be the same one walking around Agawam Wednesday.