Students placed in sometimes dangerous restraints. The 22News I-Team uncovered what’s happening behind closed doors.
The State Police Bomb Squad was investigating Thursday night behind one of the factory buildings on Pleasant Street in Easthampton.
Eighteen year-old Aaron Thorne of New Haven, Connecticut was arraigned from his hospital bed at Baystate Medical Center.
One State Senator filed a bill to protect your information from anyone wanting to look through your transponder data.
Fifteen people were appointed to the Police and Community Relations Committee” in Springfield. 22News took a look at the members.
22News heard from Palmer residents and parents who saw “positives” in this move to close the Converse Middle School.
Two Springfield women were arrested and are facing drug trafficking charges.
Springfield Federal Judge Mark Mastroianni granted a motion on Thursday to dismiss one of several defamation lawsuits filed.
Construction crews have continued to make progress in the city’s South End, where a seven-story parking garage is nearing completion.
Thursday’s announcement comes less than a year after MGM won a joint bid with the venue’s current management, Spectra.
The organization hosted an event Thursday night to educate people of all ages how they can “weed out asthma triggers” in their homes.
The Sons of the American Legion based out of Westfield donated nearly $2,000 to the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home this week.
With the open water on Congamond Lake in recent weeks the North Pond Ice Fishing Derby was in potential jeopardy of being postponed.
Viktor Leonov Russian vessel is just miles away from one of New England’s biggest submarine bases in Connecticut.
Berkshire County DA David Capeless announced Thursday that he has completed the investigation into the actions of Officer Martin Streit.
Parents of students at Hadley Elementary were sent notes encouraging them to get their children tested for the illness.
22News found out if Massachusetts residents can drink this now that marijuana is legalized.
New survey released by the national safety council found 13% of drivers said they drove after using marijuana, 10% after drinking alcohol.
Agawam Deputy Fire Chief B.J. Calvi told 22News that a truck leaked about 600 pounds of spent cooking oil.
Police investigated and determined the children were alone on the bus for about 20 minutes and did not seek criminal charges.