Chicopee police are urging residents not to call 911 if they see the moose, but rather call their non-emergency dispatch line.
You should expect to hear some jet noise early in the morning over the next few days if you live near Westover Air Reserve Base.
If you live anywhere near Westover ARB you might have seen smoke in the sky on Wednesday. 22New is working for you with what was burning.
Upwards of 1,000 people laced up their sneakers today to run to remember Gunnery Sgt. Thomas Sullivan.
22News Storm Team is working for you with a look back on August’s weather
Wednesday over 1000 backpacks were delivered to six different school districts to be given to students who are homeless.
Western Mass. non-profit helped raise money for veterans Monday. 22News explains how they’re helping our former military members.
The 22News Storm Team has been tracking above average conditions for the month of August in western Massachusetts.
No doubt about it, western Massachusetts has been very dry. 22News is working for you with new information on the drought.
22News found out if the rain we got this weekend was enough to get us out of a drought
When economic times are good, airlines recruit more pilots that may otherwise have gone to the Air Force.
While less than an inch of rain fell at Westover Air Reserve Base, it was another story a short distance away.
22News is working for you with what towns and businesses are getting hit the hardest from the dry weather.
Some people told 22News they actually enjoy exercising outdoors in this extreme hot weather.
Western Massachusetts is expected to receive two rounds of storms: one this afternoon, and another this evening.
22News is working for you with how residents are coping with the heat.
Asked whether the meeting was in preparation of a potential new base realignment and closure (BRAC) effort, Jones said the task force has be…
Flames could seen burning beneath the gutters at 22-24 Davis Street around midnight on Tuesday.
Holyoke firefighters are hoping to find whoever is responsible for a fire that caused $150,000 in product loss for a city company.
Chicopee Police said they got several reports of bear sightings this weekend near Westover Road and Donahue Road.