The 43-mile march started in Springfield Monday and will end in Greenfield Tuesday evening.
The wind and cold will be the main story for most of the Pioneer Valley Monday.
We stayed snow free in the Valley for most of the day, but the Berkshires was coated in a thick layer of winter white.
A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect for Berkshire County.
This week on 22News InFocus we’ll be discussing hunger and homelessness in Western Massachusetts and the resources available to help people …
Investigators say there have been three prior complaints against the Otis man alleging he had sexual contact with young girls.
Dylan Ducharme prompted a lockdown at a local hospital after he fired a gun in the air and pointed the weapon at three people.
The state police decided to conduct dive training at Greenwater Pond, where they could continue the search for the remains of Jamie Lusher.
Some residents were concerned it would be sold and torn down, erasing an important piece of local history.
The former vice president of a western Mass. bank has been sentenced to nearly two years in prison for embezzling more than $150,000.
The former school bus driver and youth football coach pleaded guilty to child pornography charges.
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This Sunday on 22News InFocus we’ll have a review of the presidential and local elections as well as the state wide ballot questions.
This year, there are several Veterans Day events across western Massachusetts that people can attend
The state will spend a quarter million dollars just to gather the data, but the entire project will cost millions.
Trump came up short in major population centers such as Springfield, but carried some communities that haven’t gone Republican in decades.
Two questions passed and two questions were rejected by voters Tuesday.
The polling centers throughout Massachusetts closed at 8:00 p.m. Tuesday. Click Here to view the Election Results as they come in.
A Springfield Democrat, Neal was first elected to Congress in 1988.
The victim described before sentencing Monday the terror she felt when she believed she was going to die at the hands Nathan Tatro.