The New Farmer Training Program will prepare students for careers in food production and agriculture.
Ludlow Police asked for the public’s help in finding Buddy after the crash on Chapin Street.
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Governor Charlie Baker discussed his successes in reducing the budget deficit, in creating jobs, and improving education.
MassDOT’s goal is to have the work finished by the August airshow at Barnes Air National Guard Base in Westfield.
Police in Westfield have found the teen on Wednesday after asking for the public’s help on Tuesday night.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for Franklin, Hampden, Hampshire and Berkshire counties until early Wednesday morning.
Some drivers told 22News the all-electric tolling system has already saved them time, and MassDOT said that will improve even more.
A former Springfield police detective has filed a civil lawsuit against the Police Commissioner and others in Hampden Superior Court.
Supreme Systems, Inc. was cited by the Attorney General’s Office for not paying wages in a timely manner.
A man in Monson was attacked by three people he allegedly knew over the weekend after they asked for a ride.
The City of Northampton issued a parking ban Monday night due to the snow and freezing rain passing through the area.
Governor Baker told state lawmakers to put progress before partisanship; both Democrats and Republicans said they couldn’t agree more.
During the State of the Commonwealth address, the Governor spoke about two issues that have directly impacted Massachusetts.
The Tolland Department of Public Works has some new equipment in time for this week’s winter weather.
After the snow falls, it is your job to make sure your sidewalks are safe for pedestrians, and that your car is clear of snow and ice.
What began as an effort to help a driver on the side of the road turned into an arrest of a man who was allegedly considering a robbery.
22News traveled to Boston on Tuesday and spoke with several lawmakers from western Mass. before the State of the Commonwealth address.
The Hampden County sheriff says that legal marijuana will lead to an increase in addiction to other substances.
A collection of religious and civic groups are expressing their opposition to a proposed new casino in northern Connecticut.