As spring kicks into high gear, flowers, grass and pollen could affect your allergies.
The group wants lawmakers to approve legislation requiring certain theaters to accommodate hearing and sight-impaired customers.
According to analysts, increased oil prices and the U.S. missile strike on a Syrian air base contributed to the rise.
Hadley Garden Center experienced the results of the warming conditions this weekend and thoughts turned to growing instead of shoveling.
Rhode Island could soon join Massachusetts and Maine as the only New England states to legalize recreational marijuana.
The Amherst event has raised more than $475,000 in the fight against childhood cancer during the first seven years.
The park was packed with people all weekend with many of them excited to get on the rides.
Opposition groups have alleged things like muzzling of the media during the campaign, voter intimidation, and Election Day bribes.
Police are asking anyone with information to step forward.
Western Massachusetts residents spoke to 22News about how they’re taking advantage of the warm Spring weather.
Lawmakers are facing some key financial decisions as they prepare to roll out the latest version of the state’s more than $40 billion budget…
Military flights there have resumed, despite the damage done by dozens of U.S. missiles.
The installations are part of the Red Cross smoke detector installation program.
It may be the strangest way of breaking a tie ever in an election.
“If you violate international agreements, if you fail to live up to commitments, if you become a threat to others, at some point a response …
A wrong-way driver on I-91 in Springfield nearly ended two lives, including his own, in a head-on collision early Sunday morning.