A police career spanning four decades came to an end this week in Springfield.
Dozens of local residents gathered Wednesday night in Ware to discuss the future location of a breeding ground for rattlesnakes.
22News spoke with the Board of Selectmen about the process to ban recreational marijuana shops in the Town of Wilbraham.
A Chicopee Police Lieutenant was placed on desk duty pending an investigation into his behavior during the Holyoke St. Patrick’s Parade.
Chicopee Police were searching for an armed suspect Wednesday night after the Tejada Market on Chicopee Street was robbed.
A Pittsfield Police Detective was taken to the hospital Tuesday night after his unmarked police vehicle was involved in a car crash.
The arrests were made after a patrolling trooper pulled a car over for speeding on Interstate 91 northbound in Bernardston.
The Department of Revenue calculated the state’s tax revenue assuming marijuana is taxed a total of 12%.
The Springfield Mayor and heads of city departments discussed concerns about the President’s budget, and how it could affect the city.
Residents on private ways in Southampton aren’t sure the town will clear their streets next winter because of a state law.
22News found out communities across the state have discussed installing solar facilities, including towns in western Massachusetts.
22News is working for you to explain why some clothing and shoes purchases are not tax exempt.
The Surgeon General’s Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health estimated 20.8 million people in the US live with a substance abuse disorder.
While the battle to save a former church deemed structurally unsafe continues in Holyoke, a second church is facing structural concerns.
Neighbors have been coming together to help those who were affected by the rare February tornado that struck the Franklin County town.
Two motorcycle accidents, in two days this week in western Massachusetts. In one of them, a Springfield man lost his life.
While originally thought to be a duck, Greenfield police say a bird they took into custody on Monday is actually an American buff goose.
While fewer inmates are returning to jail after being released, more of them are having difficulty securing a job.
The state is expected to allocate about $200 million to repair roads in communities statewide, but some are looking for $300 million.
22News explains why the state is still allocating more money to underfunded state programs.