The Springfield high school was awarded a $22,000 grant for its Breakfast in the Classroom program.
The Trump Administration plans to unveil a broad outline of how it wants to rework America’s tax code.
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State lawmakers are still working out the final details of the state’s recreational marijuana law.
With a record number of Americans flying this spring and summer, experts say to expect crowded flights.
You probably don’t put a lot of thought when you hit the brakes in your car, but one group says what they found was worrisome.
South Korea’s military said Tuesday that North Korea held major live-fire drills in an area around its eastern coastal town of Wonsan.
Spoofs of President Donald Trump’s executive order mania have hit Twitter.
Getting any information from the ISIS caliphate is close to impossible, but a woman forcefully married to many ISIS fighters has spoken out.
Researchers are creating an artificial womb to improve care for extremely premature babies.
Letter writing and respect for police: Sometimes it seems they’re both in short supply, but there’s a program that combines the two.
The Easthampton School Committee is taking complaints seriously and taking steps to identify issues at the high school, and how to fix them.
Every seat was taken Tuesday night in Westfield City Hall, where the MassDEP outlined plans to test private wells.
It’s a historic landmark that could face demolition. There’s a group of residents who want to save the Yankee Pedlar from the wrecking ball.
As 22News has been reporting, the weather is getting nicer and bears are starting to roam around western Massachusetts.
The 31 year-old was one of three people inside a Toyota Camry that was struck by an Acura near the Windsor-Cummington line.
Now that marijuana is legalized, Northampton Police have prioritized their safety protocol for Saturday’s event
A federal judge blocked Trump’s attempt to withhold funding from “sanctuary cities” that do not cooperate with U.S. immigration officials.
The bill would create harsh penalties for adults who distribute sexually explicit images of former lovers in order to embarrass them.
“Grace period” ends on May 8th for customers already billed through Pay By Plate system.