Monday night residents were able to ask Sheriff Donelan about the program and voice their concerns.
Several western Massachusetts businesses plan to give you a discount to offset the sales tax this weekend.
Drowsy driving claims nearly 900 lives across the country every year. 22News explains what lawmakers are doing to curb drowsy driving.
22News reveals why the state’s Transportation Department needs money to pay some snow bills.
As criticism grew, White Houses aides were dispatched to the morning news shows, yet they struggled to explain the president’s position.
The state has received nearly four dozen bids for a contract to add more renewable power and reduce its reliance on fossil fuels.
Governor Baker cut funding for several western Massachusetts programs. 22News explains how lawmakers plan to get back some of the money.
22News has the latest update on efforts to reduce the state’s impact on the environment.
Schools in Holyoke, Springfield, and Hadley all want to increase their enrollment by hundreds of students.
State officials say that the regulations could result in slightly higher utility bills.
Local leaders shared best practices, policies and procedures to learn the most effective ways to keep violent offenders off the streets.
22News has the details about a state internship program supporting individuals with intellectual disabilities.
The state continues its efforts to set up the process to regulate recreational marijuana.
Governor Baker’s bill authorizes state and local police to detain people convicted of violent crimes for federal immigration enforcement.
Scientists are studying climate change around the world, and they’ve compiled a new report.
Wednesday’s protest comes one day after similar demonstrations against the bill in Springfield and Worcester.
Summer savings with a tax free weekend this year are looking unlikely. But retailers are already looking to secure future sales tax holidays…
Preparations are underway to set up the rules for the recreational marijuana industry, but there could be a problem finding money to pay for…
Under the current law, transgenders have the right to use public accommodations, like restrooms, consistent with their gender identity.
The state is considering Governor Charlie Baker’s bill to strengthen local and state immigration enforcement efforts.