Lawmakers held a round table discussion with health care providers and experts to find out what is driving up health care cost.
The 22News I-Team reporter discovered what’s being done to make sure your kids are safe when they get on the bus.
The Mohawk Trail-Hawlemont Regional School District and the Mary Lyon Foundation are trying to encourage students to eat healthy.
Hadley residents voted to support several projects, worth millions of dollars, to build brand new town facilities.
Students who violate this policy face disciplinary action by the administration, including confiscation of the device.
The number of political lobbyists is on the rise in Massachusetts. 22News dug deeper to find out why.
This phase of work includes shifting traffic on the I-91 viaduct from the outer lanes to the newly reconstructed center lanes.
22News explains how the state is responding to help people displaced by Tropical Storm Harvey.
A company representative told 22News the fire Northampton caused the company and its employees to evacuate the building.
22News is working for you with what is going on here in western Massachusetts.
A dog on the loose was shot dead by police, but the owner said the shooting was uncalled for and is demanding answers.
Chicopee is getting money from the federal government to put a contaminated property back on the tax rolls.
Police want to make sure no one else falls victim after another card skimming scam hit the area.
Last year, the owners of the Route 9 donut shop said that nearby road work was costing their business.
It may be a good idea to stock-up now on some cold weather items, before they become harder to find.
The Westfield building is home to several families with children. It is also now home to dozens of stinging insects.