A Holyoke City Councilor wants to make sure residents know when a fire engine is taken out of service.
Holyoke City Council President Kevin Jourdain announced during Tuesday night’s meeting that he would not be seeking re-election.
Family members of Patricia “Patsy” Prest are very concerned about the 63 year-old’s well-being.
Revitalize Community Development Corporation hosted their annual Hearts for Homes fundraiser in Springfield, Tuesday night.
Under the Trump administration, anyone who is even accused of a crime, such as a DUI, is eligible for deportation.
A college student got a reminder to take out the trash when his mother sent him some garbage in a care package.
A new study indicates that marijuana might help people struggling with addiction to heroin and other opioids.
A third suspect in the theft of $90,000 worth of diapers is now in custody after he turned himself in on Tuesday.
A seven-year-old girl made a lasting connection with a hero in uniform Saturday during a Boston Red Sox open house in Florida.
The memos do not change U.S. immigration laws, but take a far harder line toward enforcement.
You’ve probably seen it happen: someone throws a cigarette from their car. 22News explains the penalties you might face for this crime.
A 24-member special commission will spend the next year studying the way the state deals with behavioral health.
It’s hard to think about snow after the weather we’ve been dealing with, but it’s still possible to see snow in the next couple of months.
Ernie Scruse is the first patient to get the device here in western Massachusetts.
Advocates are calling for the elimination of mandatory minimum sentences, but that might not be on the state’s agenda.
The Melha Shrine Circus said there was little to no interest in the ring without them, and the show must go on.
The drug’s growing popularity is bringing to light an unwanted side effect for a small number of heavy users.
Milder weather may have some people tempted to head out on the water, but lakes, ponds, and rivers are still extremely cold.
Refugees are eligible for government assistance after they arrive, but they are expected to find a job after few months.
2/3 of those released from county houses of correction and more than half of those released from state prisons are back with three years.