Northampton is standing in solidarity with their fallen brothers and sisters across the country.
Tensions have mounted in recent months after the Trump administration said it would keep “all options on the table.”
The 132nd graduating class received their diplomas Saturday in the time honored academic ceremony.
Past and Present honored mothers were treated to a private reception, before attending a concert in their honor.
North Korea on Sunday launched a ballistic missile that flew about 700 kilometers (435 miles), South Korea’s military said.
Letter carriers across western Massachusetts collected big blue bags stuffed with canned goods.
A stubborn bear decided to block traffic in Palmer, ignoring any attempts to get it to move for several minutes.
One in five teens battle mental health issues, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, and almost half showed the first signs …
The American Heart Association hosted an event in Westfield to help raise money for research in to heart disease.
22News was at the Northampton Police Department for Police Day, which is the beginning of the annual Police Week.
Saturday was a day to bring awareness and support to those who have survived breast cancer or are still fighting.
22News spoke with Holyoke Police about a rollover crash that occurred on Route 5 and Dwight Street in Holyoke.
Sequels are rarely better than their predecessors, but “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” is, without a doubt, one of those rare exceptions.
Avocado Hand: when the quest for good guacamole goes terribly wrong and lands you in the hospital.
Red Robin onion rings and night lights were also recalled this week due to undeclared milk and a fire hazard, respectively.
The World’s Largest Pancake Breakfast was held Saturday morning, attracting a crowd of thousands of people to downtown Springfield.
New Hepatitis C infections nearly tripled in the U.S. between 2010 and 2015, according to a report released Thursday by the CDC