The Springfield City Council president said he expects to submit a proposal to Amazon in the near future.
Wilbraham police are looking into reported thefts from vehicles near Valley View Drive over the weekend.
City officials brought some fifty Agawam residents up to speed on an ongoing traffic study concerning cut-throughs and speeding.
The missing 11-year-old boy who was last seen Tuesday afternoon has been found safe.
The college hosted a panel discussion to answer questions about breast cancer and available resources.
The owner of Agawam Dog Works submitted a plan to purchase Zuber’s ice cream and deli and turn it into a doggie daycare facility.
Local businesses could soon link up their security cameras to the Springfield Police Department in an effort to cut crime.
Police say Banister had been drinking and took a Vicodin before striking 74-year-old Arthur Meyrick in Pittsfield on Dec. 8.
The conference covers topics such as utilizing social media and improving the interview process.
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Congressman Richard Neal is part of a government group that will help authorize defense spending.
One viewer contacted 22News to express his frustration with the Amherst Parking Office.
A conference at UMass Amherst on Tuesday was all about green technologies and green jobs.
Bob dropped the bags off at the State Police Barracks, so they can hand them out when they see someone homeless in need.
Farm stands are staying open longer and farmers are yielding bigger crops due to the warm, dry weather.
22News is working for you with why spawning trout is so important here in western Massachusetts.
This was the sixth consecutive year the Northwestern DA’s Office has held this youth conference at GCC.
Having no service is a common problem in the rural Franklin County towns. For some residents, DSL is their only option to connect to the int…
The Campus Center is set to undergo a two-year, $43.5 million renovation which will focus on making the building watertight.
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