39 communities across the Commonwealth have been awarded grants totaling $65,652 in funding.
The middle school will remain a part of the Springfield Empowerment Zone Partnership, but will be managed in partnership with the UP Educati…
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Crews are at work on Williams Street in Longmeadow, trying to fix a water main break.
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Several WMass communities and first responders are fighting back against drug addiction. 22News explains how the state is going to help.
Wednesday marked National Returns Day, and UPS was on track to handle a record number of packages.
Western Massachusetts residents came down to our 22News studios in Chicopee, Wednesday, to give the gift of life.
Nick Cocchi, the man running for Hampden County Sherriff officially opened his campaign headquarters Wednesday night.
A woman in Easthampton complained to the city about her neighbor flying a Confederate flag, and now city government is looking at the issue.
22News found out what sort of help and resources are available so you or someone you love doesn’t suffer in silence before it’s too late.
A five year-old Male Scottish Terrier named “Jock” has barked his way into the hearts of animal lovers everywhere.
A 68 year-old town resident was killed Monday night, after being struck by a car on Route 202.
A woman was taken to the hospital with minor injuries, as firefighters put out a fire at a multi-family home in Turners Falls.
Forty-eight families in the North End of Springfield lost their heat Tuesday night, due to a problem with their gas pressure.
The dog alerted troopers to more than one location within the vehicle.
House lawmakers unanimously passed a bill that would allow certain convicted drug offenders to drive when they get out of prison.
Needle exchange programs provide drug users with sterile needles to reduce the spread of infection. But do they actually encourage drug use?
The difference in temperatures alone can be hard to get used to, but adding wind can make conditions sometimes unbearable.