The school year always used to start in September, but that has changed over the years.
With school back in session, there are more buses on the roadways and more young people out walking.
Mayor William Martin says that they will assess the damage to determine whether to repair or remove the charging stations.
The car flipped over the guardrail underneath the Route 5 underpass at the rotary Monday morning.
22News Storm Team Meteorologist Nick Bannin looked at the tropics, which are becoming more active now.
In less than a week, the quaint New England town will double in size as tens of thousands of students move back in.
Many workers have been skipping vacation, in order to show they are committed to their company.
Mylan, which manufactures the EpiPen will be releasing a generic version of their auto-injector over the next few weeks.
Auditions were held Monday at the 22News building for a chance to dress up as one of The CW Superheroes during the Big E this year!
August is coming to an end and the weather has been a hot topic. 22News is working for you with a look back on August’s weather.
Bob came to Dakin from a local animal control officer that was working with people that had too many cats in their home.
Massachusetts is “very much” interested in using a regional cap-and-trade partnership to more aggressively lower carbon emissions.
There’s a new technology that’s helping colorblind people fully see the world around them for the first time.
Fall in the Pioneer Valley means Agricultural Fairs Apple Picking and More!
Patrick Cahillane, Kavern Lewis, and Melissa Perry answered questions on the opioid crisis, diversity in hiring, and other issues.
It’s the first thing your visitors see when they visit and the easiest room to get messy.