Representatives from Springfield’s Department of Veterans’ Services held informational sessions for veterans and their families.
Dozens of children will start school in Springfield this month with new supplies, new winter coats and for some a new look.
Gov. Charlie Baker will spend his day Thursday in western Massachusetts, where he will visit a Berkshire distillery.
Allegations of misconduct with students end with a guilty plea for a former Franklin County school teacher.
On Thursday, Governor Charlie Baker will sign the final piece of steel being hoisted in place for the new building.
22News explains why supporters believe recreational pot help medical marijuana patients who don’t want to get the card.
There’s a controversy in the town of Williamsburg over toilets. 22News explains what has some residents upset.
While hurricane season actually started back in June, there has been an increase in activity in the tropics lately.
Recent price spikes on Epipens has many families worried about how they will afford to pay for this medical necessity.
Western Massachusetts attorneys were updated on resources for their addicted clients.
Animal activists are praising a new Massachusetts law aimed at preventing animals from suffering or even dying when left in hot cars.
A major road construction project widening Route 9 in Hadley that’s expected to last for years, is causing problems for area businesses.
The pilot, a 42 year-old man from Newport, Rhode Island, was not hurt in the landing, and his single-engine plane is intact.
Some people here in western Massachusetts have family in Italy, and expressed worry about Wednesday’s deadly quake.
An Agawam City Councilor is pushing to give residents the opportunity to control the spending of their tax dollars.
Autumn is just five weeks away. 22News is working for you with proper planting techniques in dry conditions.
Wednesday over 1000 backpacks were delivered to six different school districts to be given to students who are homeless.
The use of chemicals will cause the reservoir to be closed for recreational purposes for at least 24 hours.
State public health officials say preventable medical errors reported by full-service Massachusetts hospitals jumped 60 percent last year.
Palmer District Court Judge Thomas Estes sentenced David Becker to two years of probation, rather than jail time.