Northampton’s DPW superintendent says their reservoirs are completely full. At one point, they were only at 54% capacity.
Chicopee police are reminding residents to lock their car doors, after a car break-in suspect was arrested Wednesday night.
Police say the suspect pulled a knife when the clerk at the liquor store asked for payment.
It is unclear how many players will attend the meeting with President Trump, as multiple team members said they would skip it.
Athletes across western Massachusetts came together for the annual UMass Pro Day. 22News was there while the athletes trained.
The bill has been opposed by Democrats and some moderate Republicans, as well as some very conservative members of the GOP.
The governor has expressed concerns that the plan would cost the state $1 billion in 2020.
A series of events will be held to celebrate the bicentennial year of the Episcopal Christ Church Cathedral in Springfield.
Governor Charlie Baker was in western Massachusetts on Thursday, as a special guest at the Quaboag Regional Middle/High School in Warren.
Western Massachusetts community colleges may serve as a model for the first community college in Pakistan.
Many probiotic bacteria need refrigeration because they are sensitive to heat and humidity.
The Holyoke Hummus company on High Street across from city hall is no stranger to the city.
The popular exposition of all things home improvement runs through the weekend at the Big E’s Better Living Center.
Currently, the four-year graduation rate for Westfield HS is at 91% and Westfield Technical Academy is at 93.7%.
Some residents voiced their concerns about the use of crumb rubber under the turf of the Roots Athletic Center’s soccer fields.
Under new business Wednesday, the Gateway Regional School Committee tackled the issue of gendered graduation caps and gowns.
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National Puppy Day promotes puppy adoption rather than getting dogs from breeders.
The law gives cities and towns option to ban marijuana shops through local referendums.
A police career spanning four decades came to an end this week in Springfield.