Prosecutors said that Frederick Phillips over-billed the state by $82,000, with more than half of the money being paid directly to him.
Hunters across the state will be taking to the woods to hunt for white-tailed deer over the next two weeks.
Toys will be accepted at our 22News Studios located at One Broadcast Center in Chicopee from November 28 to December 12.
The information on the thumb drives included names, birth dates, addresses, phone numbers, and medications.
The state Department of Conservation and Recreation is offering guided hikes on Black Friday in 4 scenic state parks.
If you are expecting guests to come in from the eastern or central part of the state, they may be arriving late.
The former employee has pleaded not guilty to one count of rape and two counts of indecent assault and battery on a person over 14.
While the resort doesn’t open until Friday, the snow in the Berkshires over the last two days was perfectly timed.
22News Storm Team Meteorologist Nick Bannin explains why there was such a difference in snowfall over such a short distance.
Parts of western Massachusetts got their first real winter weather just in time for the holidays.
While more than a foot of snow fell in portions of the Berkshires, there was only a trace of snow (or even less) in parts of the Valley.
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.