Lead was found in some of the drinking water at Amherst Regional High School.
Blues rocker Elle King will perform Saturday, and Country Singer Maren Morris will perform on Sunday.
A federal court affidavit links the Alberto Marte Drug Trafficking Organization to the deadly hollywood heroin brand
Parents told 22News they’re fed up with young kids being put at risk by speeding drivers.
The MGM Springfield parking garage is taking shape as construction crews have put up three levels of the garage’s framework.
Storrowton village has long been apart of the Big E, but the buildings History goes back much further than the 100 year old fair.
Massachusetts has been under its own official drought declaration since July 1st.
If you don’t have an insurance card, you can still get the vaccine for a fee of $10 for children or $20 for adults, waived with hardship.
Hundreds of community volunteers have already signed up to help them acclimate to life in a new country.
Funding through the AG’s Abandoned Housing Initiative supports demolition of dangerous properties statewide.
A Belchertown non-profit agency is raising money to build a new home for lost and stray animals.
Dozens of attorneys came to Greenfield today to learn how to help those struggling with drug abuse.
A Springfield police detective has been suspended. The 22News I-Team found out why his actions may lead to dozens of criminals avoiding jail…
Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno is reminding people about railroad safety.
A celebration Friday for former Holyoke Heroin addicts who’ve kicked the habit and turned their lives around.
The state’s secretary of elder affairs, spoke with members of the Hungry Hill Senior Center, Friday afternoon.
Town Hall workers were up at 5 this morning to figure out what records need to be kept and those that have to go.
Supporters believe the measure will provide humane protections for animals raised for eggs and slaughter, while many opponents say that thes…
American Cancer Society joins forces with Rugged Maniac in Southwick Saturday and Sunday, September 24 and 25.
Take your picture in a coach’s chair! Visit the transportation center at gate 1 behind the Avenue of States.