The state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education is continuing its investigation on the tampering of MCAS scores at the Dryden Sch…
Many students are wondering how they’re going to pay for college. 22News reveals how you can identify a phony scholarship, and what to do if…
Holyoke Police have released the identity of the 31-year-old man who died after being shot outside the Los Jibaritos Social Club.
Hundreds of people in the Aldenville neighborhood went all day with no running water.
The Department of Public Works announced starting Thursday, August 21st, they will start preparing 19 roads in Holyoke for resurfacing.
One college town is trying to make its streets safer. The 22News I-Team went to Amherst to see what police are planning.
Between 200 and 300 homes were without water service and traffic was being diverted as crews fixed a broken water main in Chicopee.
State lawmakers are taking steps to protect animals. 22News explains how the PAWS Act would reduce cases of animal abuse in Massachusetts.
$20 million of your tax money and private investment will repurpose the old Holyoke Catholic High School.
Just in time for lunch on Monday, a popular nationwide restaurant chain that promises “wings, beer, and sports” opened in Chicopee.
One teenager is in custody and a second is in the hospital after a morning shooting in Pittsfield.
Massachusetts’ highest court has ruled that a former Amherst high school teacher convicted of child porn charges can keep his benefits.
Elaine Yeskie sued Anthony Baye for setting the fire in her Northampton home that killed her husband and son.
Kevin Fisher said in a letter to New England Treatment Access Inc. that he was resigning because of the “error I included in my resume.”
Workers fixed a broken water main on Provin Mountain Sunday night, which means the water restriction for five communities has been lifted.
The water main break repairs forced drivers to detour around a section of Montgomery St. for most of the day. 22News spoke with neighbors ab…
One study shows that robots will perform jobs traditionally done by humans in the very near future.