A judge sentenced Mufid Elfgeeh to 22.5 years behind bars and 27 years of post-release supervision during sentencing on Thursday.
Republican Governor Charlie Baker says his office will notify the public whenever he travels out of state.
Roberta “Bobbi” Gibb was selected to mark the 50th anniversary of her pioneering run.
Five deputies have been disciplined for their failure to act when a protester was blindsided by a punch at a recent Donald Trump rally.
A popular waitress at an Iowa restaurant closed out one of her tables Tuesday when she found a harsh note from her patron.
Looking to begin your outdoor projects? The western Mass. Home & Garden Show is sure to have something for you.
22News explains why some Easthampton residents are worried the drug could end up in the wrong hands.
Clardy, a Marine Corps veteran and an 11-year member of the state police, died on Wednesday when his cruiser was rear-ended.
The Red Cross of Western Mass. honored 7 people on Thursday, who’ve saved lives or have had a positive impact on those in need of help.
Agawam High School is getting a state of the art sports facility. 22News found out how much the project is costing taxpayers.
More than a 100 people were in attendance at the meeting Wednesday night– cheering, booing and yelling.
NOAA released its spring outlook Thursday and it’s looking like more of the same.
Makai Mason had a career-high 31 points, and the Bulldogs held on to upset Baylor, 79-75, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Massachusetts is getting ready to launch a first-in-the-nation slot machine meant to prevent people from developing a gambling addiction.
One in 3 American adults has high blood pressure. What food can lower blood pressure?
See how the delegates are split between the presidential candidates across the country.
Sanders said he will not seek a recount of results in Missouri’s Democratic presidential primary, conceding defeat to Clinton.
Northampton is about to get a boost from an organization that has a goal of improving the city.
Irish pride was on full display in downtown Springfield Thursday morning, as the Irish flag was raised in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day.
Selecting tunes from the vast repertoire of hundreds of Irish melodies, The Healy’s are a western Massachusetts musical mainstay.