Heat stress places a strain on the body, and if the strain becomes too great, it can cause serious and permanent damage, even death.
Police received reports about a water main break on Cottage Street and Robbins Road in East Springfield around 6 p.m. Tuesday evening.
Greenfield Police said when police got to the location, they discovered that two helpful neighbors had already saved the squirrel.
Western New England University Career Services gives students hands on experience in their field to prepare them for the workforce.
22News is working for you with signs you need to know if you are dehydrated.
Councilors have given MGM Springfield until 2020 to build market rate housing in the downtown area.
On Monday, Southampton Police said they received calls of a break-in at a Stop-N-Save convenience store.
Last call for alcohol could be deep into the morning if you’re gambling.
22News explains how the taxes are divided, and how communities will be able to decide whether or not to allow pot shops.
The PVTA is facing a $1.2 million budget deficit, and to make up the difference, some routes may be eliminated.
Mushrooms have been sprouting up on lawns all across western Massachusetts, but how do you get rid of them, and can they poison you?
Tuition is going up for UMass students. 22News found out why UMass wasn’t the only university to raise its tuition rates.
The town of Huntington is getting some road repair funds. Find out what they plan to fix.
Deerfield police say that the driver ran off during an early morning traffic stop, but later showed up in court after a warrant was issued.
The week-long academy, run by Belchertown police, will include a mock crime scene, vehicle law enforcement, and K-9 operations.
After a Chicopee police officer was cited for failure to completely stop at a red light, some local residents were confused.
The Southwick Police Department is in search of a new dog and they need your help.
The Problem Property Group in Holyoke seeks receivership of properties in court and revives them.
Additional Westfield private well water test results have been released.
The man’s cause of death has yet to be determined, but the Berkshire District Attorney’s Office says it’s not being considered suspicious.