The Turners Falls school committee hosted its final public forum, Tuesday night, about potentially changing the high school’s mascot.
Get ready for another round of closures on I-91 in Springfield. 22News put the new detour to the test.
Chicopee Police arrested a husband and wife in connection with two armed robberies at the same convenience store.
State Auditor Suzanne Bump says that the majority of instances of fraud detected involved the MassHealth program, with SNAP at number two.
Mayor Domenic Sarno says that the Springfield City Council lacks the authority to organize city departments, including the police.
Police say the suspect stole $500 worth of winter coats from Marshall’s on Boston Road.
Steps are being taken to help protect students’ privacy online. 22News explains how to keep your information safe wherever you are.
Social media is a great way to stay informed and keep up with friends, but there are drawbacks.
Tuesday’s meeting in Monson came one day after a lawyer representing opponents of the solar project said it would violate zoning regulations…
Mass Wildlife reports black bears living and breeding in central Massachusetts. If you see one, there’s no reason to panic.
A meeting at Powder Mill School in Southwick discussed the possibility of closing down Granville Village Elementary School.
Greenfield is working to make sure no child in the city wakes up on Christmas morning without gifts under the tree.
Mayor Alex Morse is looking to select this year’s Christmas tree for Holyoke and is asking residents for their donation of a tree.
The Mass. immigrant community shared an early Thanksgiving meal with lawmakers. 22News reveals their concerns about the year ahead.
22News is working for you with what the shutdown of the reservoir means for Westfield residents
22News is working for you with why western Massachusetts is seeing brush fires in November
Education professionals hope that by getting the word out to people, they will prevent further domestic violence issues down the line.
Thanksgiving is the leading day for home cooking fires, according to the National Fire Protection Association.
It is easy to apply for an apprenticeship in a skilled trade, but it is difficult to get accepted.
Springfield residents will soon have to pay a little more on property tax to preserve some historical landmarks in the city.