22News was there when activists and state lawmakers highlighted the need for support services.
The seeming anonymity of the Internet has led to an increase in threats against schools, but police are more capable to find the culprits.
Professors and union employees are due about $9M in salary increases. 22News explains how this could impact public state universities.
A new UMass study shows that populations in western Mass. are either already declining, or will begin to go down in the coming decades.
Congressman Richard Neal, State Sen. Don Humason, and others gathered at Barnes Air National Guard Base Thursday to talk about its future.
People are looking for accurate info concerning possible parking lot closures beneath I-91 in Springfield. 22News has the latest.
The penalty for driving while using your cell phone in Massachusetts could be going up significantly.
You may be looking for away to get rid of the brush and leaves in your yard and 22News is working for you with some different ways to do it.
Federal court officials in Springfield held a panel discussion to share ideas on managing the recent surge in opiate abuse across our state.
One state lawmaker wants to change the way local aid is distributed to cities and towns. 22News explains how this formula would work.
State lawmakers met with local politicians and business leaders of WMass. 22News outlines the different topics that were discussed.