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Past articles by Taylor:

Ware residents voice concerns about dirty water

Ware's town manager says despite the off-putting color, the water is just discolored from rust and sediment. → Read More

Gas prices rise as Trump makes a decision on Iran nuclear deal

Current oil prices are riding on the expectation that President Trump may back out of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, which allowed Iran to export more crude oil. → Read More

Arson Awareness Week focuses on vacant buildings

A fire in an abandoned cold storage building in Worcester killed 6 firefighters in 1999. → Read More

ACLU to request conviction dismissal in all cases involving former Amherst chemist

Farak pleaded guilty in 2014 to stealing cocaine she was supposed to be testing while working at the University of Massachusetts crime lab. → Read More

Countdown to grand opening: MGM Springfield signs installed

It's one more thing MGM can cross of their to-do list until the casino's grand opening on August 24--construction workers finished putting up the MGM signs early Friday morning. → Read More

Pain at the pump continues as gas prices rise

This spring, drivers are paying especially high prices at the pump. → Read More

Baker, Healey say Rosenberg should resign

A Senate Ethics Committee report says the Amherst Democrat didn't violate formal Senate rules, but showed a significant failure of judgement. → Read More

I-391 construction beginning between Holyoke, Chicopee

Starting Wednesday you should expect delays and lane closures between 6 a.m.and 4 p.m. → Read More

Annual holiday honors people in law community

In Springfield, law day is accompanied with an award ceremony. The John M. Greaney award is given to an attorney and non-attorney who are thought of as outstanding citizens in the local law community. → Read More

MassDOT considering new exit on MassPike

MassDOT is studying possible exit locations in Russell, Blandford, Otis, and Becket. → Read More

Springfield police to launch new real time techonology

The Springfield police have been working on their real-time analysis center for the past four years. → Read More

Alzheimer's Association holds event to raise awareness about a bill in Senate

The number of people who die of Alzheimer's is on the rise. It's the sixth leading cause of death in the United States and has no cure. → Read More

Not guilty plea for West Springfield police captain accused of stealing money

Fifty-year-old Daniel Spaulding has been on administrative leave since 2017. → Read More

Business leaders travel to state capital for Beacon Hill Summit

The 2017 Beacon Hill Summit focused on the budget for the fiscal year of 2018 and health care. → Read More

Judge: Government must keep DACA program

The Trump administration officially ended the program in March. → Read More

Trash still piled up behind Springfield shopping plaza

22News followed up to see if the trash dumped behind a shopping plaza in Springfield was still there. → Read More

Fraudulent charges found on some Westfield Bank customer accounts

The bank is checking to see if the charge is from a skimmer on an ATM or credit card machine. → Read More

Loved ones pay last respects to Clara Sarno Monday

Clara Sarno died Friday morning after a long illness. → Read More

Ashgrove Street residents complain of blighted building in Chicopee

Exposed wires, trash, even sharp blades, clutter an abandoned home on Ashgrove Street in Chicopee. → Read More

Body found in Springfield park

The body was discovered Saturday morning in Emerson Wight Park. → Read More