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A new policy went into effect in Westfield Public Schools that bans the use of food as a reward in classrooms.
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Drivers heading between Holyoke and Northampton had to deal with delays during the morning commute Tuesday.
While the presidential race is receiving the most attention, there are some contentious races for sheriff and the state legislature.
If no candidate receives the majority of electoral votes, the election is decided in the House of Representatives.
About a quarter of the state’s voters already cast their ballot during the early voting period.
22News is working for you with a chance to review the statewide ballot questions before you head to the polls.
A couple was charged with manslaughter in connection with the overdose death of a woman who lived in their building last winter.
22News went to Sister Marlene’s apartment, who answered the door and politely said that she can’t say anything about the situation.
In 2015, more than 100 Syrian refugees resettled in Mass. The 22News I-Team found out none of them are being placed in eastern Mass.
A woman in Springfield told 22News she feels lucky to be alive after her home was shot up during a drive by shooting over the weekend.
A pickup truck jumped the curb and destroyed the outdoor dining area of the Federal Street McDonald’s in Greenfield, Monday night
An environmental cleanup was underway and a major road was closed in Wilbraham after a tractor trailer accident Monday night.
An elderly woman was struck in the parking lot of Walmart in Chicopee, Monday morning, and taken to Baystate with injuries.
There have been more than 1,000 cases of unintentional deaths due to opioids so far this year, and it’s getting worse.
22News was in West Springfield when the Town Council made the change to rules for bringing alcohol into restaurants.
MassDOT says demolition of the toll plazas is either on schedule or ahead of schedule at 23 work sites along the Mass Pike.
On Tuesday, Amherst residents will be able to vote and help out your community all at once.