Roosa’s ticket has been sitting unscratched in a drawer until a week ago, when he finally scratched to reveal his winnings.
Police found Joseph Wirtes bleeding and unconscious in his apartment at the Y on Sept. 18. An autopsy determined he died from blunt trauma.
The Advanced Manufacturing Training Program provides training to unemployed and underemployed individuals, including veterans, minorities an…
There are plans in the works to bring dozens of refugees to Northampton and Pittsfield.
Firefighters responded to a report of a crash at the Pittsfield Municipal Airport just before noon Sunday.
The pilot of a small plane is in the hospital Sunday night after his Cessna 172 crashed in Pittsfield.
Funding through the AG’s Abandoned Housing Initiative supports demolition of dangerous properties statewide.
Supporters believe the measure will provide humane protections for animals raised for eggs and slaughter, while many opponents say that thes…
The officer was fired from the force after an investigation into his conduct during a February shoplifting arrest.
Pittsfield Police are investigating a spree of motor vehicle breaking and entering’s that happened throughout the city Wednesday morning.
22News has created a list of places you can get pumpkins if you are looking for a place near you to buy a pumpkin or go pumpkin picking.
State police detectives are investigating the apparent theft of cash and drugs from the Lee Police Department.
Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture has reopened their emergency farm fund to help farms who’ve suffered economically by the drough…
Brian Signor was reportedly drinking with the victim before he was found bleeding and unconscious at his apartment in the YMCA.
Showers will remain possible the rest of the day.
State and local police arrested an alleged member of the MS-13 gang, early Thursday morning, in the Pittsfield area.
The continuing lack of rain is causing drought conditions to worsen, and water restrictions are expected to continue in many communities.
The National Weather Service confirmed a microburst hit Egremont early Sunday morning.
The state is switching to all-electronic, and if you don’t get a transponder soon, you’ll be paying a higher rate to use the Pike.
Less than 400,000 voters of the state’s over 4-million registered voters went to the polls in last week’s state primary.