Having just two contested races on the Amherst ballot resulted in low voter turnout Tuesday.
Adam Perrelli of Great Barrington pleaded guilty to falsely reporting an incident and tampering with evidence.
The date has been set for the state to vote on the future of Holyoke Public Schools. 22News spoke with the superintendent.
With nine homicides in the city already this year, Springfield police are announcing a new effort to prevent crime at a neighborhood level.
There’s a new push for wage equality. 22News explains how the State Treasurer is taking action to make “equal pay for equal work” a reality.
Thousands of minimum wage workers in Mass. got a boost in their pay this year. 22News found out why some argue it didn’t rise enough.
The Eastfield Mall isn’t saying what will be built at the site of the soon-to-be-demolished JC Penney building, but customers have some idea…
Chicopee police hope you recognize a man who walked into a woman’s office while she was at lunch, and stole her wallet out of her purse.
Mark Yannone was sentenced after being found guilty of defrauding his customers out of $350,000 to fuel his addictions.
Paul Shartrand has been convicted of two charges against him for assault on a bedridden patient, but was acquitted of a third charge.
Firefighters will be setting a series of fires around Westover Air Reserve Base, as part of an effort to prevent larger brush fires.
If you’re planning on cleaning your yard this season, and burning brush, 22News found some safety precautions to take.
Many tractor trailer trucks are driven faster than their tires are designed to handle, and it has been linked to wrecks and blowouts.
SPA Executive Director Mary McNally told 22News for years, some people have been paying less than others to park in the same lot.
Massachusetts lawmakers have agreed to raise the amount of money that can be won on a slot machine before it is reported to the I.R.S.
A new study found that, compared to other states, Massachusetts residents make good financial decisions.
Congressman Richard Neal spent some time away from Capitol Hill on Tuesday to visit an important industry in western Massachusetts.