According to Town Council President Kevin Manley, the money was supposed to be spent on cheerleading camp to athletic apparel.
Columbia Gas of Massachusetts is encouraging residents in “temporary crisis” to apply for Good Neighbor Energy Fund assistance.
Surrounding town fire departments were called in to assist the Granby Fire Department in putting out the fire.
The East Longmeadow High School’s Athletic Director accused of drug possession back in September of 2016, is now accused of larceny.
Dozens of family and friends gathered Thursday night in Easthampton for a candlelight vigil for Joanne Ringer, who has been missing.
Springfield firefighters put out the flames at the Ocean State Job Lot on Thursday, after getting reports of smoke coming from the building.
When a Longmeadow DPW worker was killed on the Birnie Road train tracks, it exposed a serious problem that has been ignored for decades.
“He reacted with only his hands and his brain to go out to this person who’s on the ground,” West Springfield’s fire chief said.
A Berkshire County judge has ordered a man who repeatedly raped a little girl for several years to pay her millions of dollars in damages.
Eversource has proposed building a solar farm at one of their properties on South West Street in Agawam.
HAPHousing is looking to build an affordable housing complex in Ludlow, but some residents are against it.
22News found out why the Chandler’s Restaurant is shutting down now after two decades.
Wilbraham police arrested a man who they allegedly found passed out behind the wheel of a car behind a Boston Road gas station.
MassWildlife has created a public website for the Rattlesnake Review Working Group.
As we inch closer to the parade in Holyoke, a band that kicks off the festivities has returned to western Massachusetts.
Immigrants make up 25 percent of the manufacturing workforce and 29 percent of workers in hospitality and food services.
A state representative from West Springfield is out $2,500 and faces enhanced reporting requirements.
Northampton police are increasing enforcement along bus routes, due to this dangerous violation of state law.
Some riders are finding themselves waiting in snowbanks or even on the street, because their bus stop is still buried under snow.
This most recent storm could provide a possible improvement in drought conditions and a reduced risk for brush fires.