Here is the entire debate between the three Hamden County Sheriff candidates, Monday night, at the 22News studios in Chicopee.
A teenager was recovering in the hospital Monday night after crashing his moped on Marcelle Street in Chicopee.
Springfield Police were investigating in the Knox Street area, Monday night, after a man was shot in the thigh.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation is proposing a new payment system for its all-electronic tolling system starting this fall.
Western Mass. non-profit helped raise money for veterans Monday. 22News explains how they’re helping our former military members.
Chicopee residents will receive flyers included in their electric bills, reminding them of these guidelines.
Pittsfield and Massachusetts State Police worked together Monday to find a person who went missing in the woods near Pontoosuc Lake.
The three Democrats running for Hampden County Sheriff defined their differences, Monday night, in a debate at the 22News studios.
Dozens of homes in Massachusetts were damaged in the twister, which touched down during the early morning hours Monday.
David Becker will be allowed to serve his probation in Ohio, where he will be attending college.
The pen camera was discovered hidden inside a unisex employee bathroom at Houghton’s Pond in Milton.
A doctor in Northampton is no longer prescribing medical marijuana for her patients. 22News explains why the doctor made the decision.
Jury duty is your civic obligation, but lots of people simply ignore the summons when it comes in the mail.
Massachusetts shoppers won’t benefit from hopping the state line for Connecticut’s sales tax free week.
Running back Dion Lewis has yet to appear in a training camp practice or preseason game.
Neighborhoods across Western Massachusetts will be busy with traffic, as college students move back in.
U.S. Food and Drug Administration tests found hepatitis A in scallops from the Philippines.
More Americans are living longer, healthier lives. Unfortunately, that can affect your retirement savings in a big way.
The scene has become familiar this summer: Officers, guns drawn, surround a home where a man, reportedly armed, has holed up.
A gay couple in Massachusetts fell victim to a potential hate crime after finding their home vandalized on Sunday.