Author: Mike Masciadrelli

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Environmental advocates and electric car drivers are pushing the state to build more infrastructure to support electric vehicles. [Read More]
This joint committee on Ways and Means is holding public hearings across the state to give people the opportunity to see how they are tackling... [Read More]
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Springfield police said it's both illegal and unsafe to drive a vehicle with windows that are too dark. [Read More]
22News reporter Mike Masciadrelli found out what the community is doing to help support the teachers who've been affected by the fire. [Read More]
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Hundreds of thousands of people from western Massachusetts and beyond gathered in Holyoke for Sunday's St. Patrick's Day Parade. [Read More]
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Dozens of residents showed up at Pathfinder Vocational Technical High School Saturday to determine the feasibility of a rail stop in Palmer. [Read More]
The American Institute for Cancer Research, ProShred Security and the YMCA's LIVESTRONG, together ran Saturday's "shred cancer" event at the Wilbraham Senior Center. [Read More]
The American Institute for Cancer Research, ProShred Security and the YMCA's LIVESTRONG, together ran Saturday's "shred cancer" event at the Wilbraham Senior Center. [Read More]
A 5K and walk-a-thon will be held in Springfield Saturday to raise awareness of human trafficking. [Read More]
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Shredding events will be held in several locations in western Massachusetts throughout the day Saturday. [Read More]
The DCR wants to clear three locations, including an 88-acre 110-year-old oak forest. [Read More]
The Ashfield Parks Commission wants the town to adopt a bylaw that would restrict gas-powered boats from operating on Ashfield lake... [Read More]
Leyden resident Darwin Hine was honored by his family, friends, and other veterans at the Greenfield Elks Lodge Thursday. [Read More]
253 Organic LLC hopes to begin growing and selling recreational marijuana in Montague in one year, but they still need state approval. [Read More]
Bloom Market Garden Inc and Urban Grown are interested in opening marijuana farms, but both still need the town's and state's approval. [Read More]
The rain came down hard Tuesday morning in Franklin County, trapping one car on a flooded road. [Read More]
Governor Charlie Baker has declared a State of Emergency following the series of gas explosions in that killed at least one person and injured many... [Read More]
Northampton has two flood control systems in place, in case the Connecticut River or the Mill River overflows its banks. [Read More]
This Pedestrian Highway Beacon or PHB, will help improve safety for pedestrians on a section of Route 9, which is known to be a dangerous... [Read More]
Franklin County farms are losing crops due to all the rainwater that's been accumulating in their fields. [Read More]
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