Five UMass Amherst employees are on paid administrative leave while the university investigates allegations of workplace misconduct.
Many rural Western Massachusetts towns are worried that they don’t have enough resources to comply with new public records laws.
Going to college is not an option for everyone, but it’s still possible to get a good paying job without a degree.
Strong winds moved through Hampshire County Wednesday evening with gusts over 40 mph.
The man had a tool on him that allowed him to break into cars, along with stolen items.
A 20 year-old former UMass student from Longmeadow is accused of raping a fellow student on a lawn outside the Campus Center.
In the afternoon, only one train goes through the Holyoke train station, but that could be changing, thanks to MassDOT.
The inner lanes of Interstate 91 will begin to come down starting next Wednesday, though the project will last more than a year.
The $95 million facility will produce some 284 Red Line and Orange Line cars for the MBTA.
If you have checked your portfolio, you have seen the losses. Still, experts say to stay the course and not to panic.
The CDC is making new recommendations in order to reduce the number of developing babies exposed to alcohol, but not everyone agrees.
It’s still more than a week away, but Northampton restaurants are already preparing for Valentine’s Day.
22News found out why some Franklin County maple sugar farmers have already started collecting sap.
A new report shows that the Massachusetts housing market is better than most states for first-time homebuyers.
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Students at schools in Huntington and West Springfield are learning how to bake, and they’re putting their new skills to good use.
45 students at the Boland School created projects honoring black leaders who inspired them through words, pictures and photographs.
The Diocese of Springfield has found new uses for a closed church that the City has declared to be part of a historic district.
Chicopee Police said a witness called them while the man was breaking into Chase Automotive Glass.