An Adams attorney whose passion for sports morphed into an interest in law and his rural community received a favorable reception.
A Berkshire County judge agreed to reduce Rafael Lopez-Espinoza’s bail, despite the prosecution’s argument he is a flight risk.
Arborists working for the utility company will be hard at work, removing potential hazards along 3,000 miles of power lines statewide.
A court decision could impact thousands of drunk driving case in Mass. Some people who’ve been convicted, might want to file an appeal.
22News Storm Team Meteorologist Nick Bannin explains why above-normal temperatures are here to stay for a while.
Presidents Day falls between the birthdays of Presidents George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.
In just the past two weeks, three men from Berkshire County all won $1 million prizes from the Massachusetts State Lottery.
Berkshire County DA David Capeless announced Thursday that he has completed the investigation into the actions of Officer Martin Streit.
Police investigated and determined the children were alone on the bus for about 20 minutes and did not seek criminal charges.
The “extreme drought” has moved out of our area, with a portion of the Berkshires not even under drought conditions at all.
State police told 22News the tractor trailer was involved in a crash with at least one vehicle.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation had nearly 3,000 crews out treating state roads at 5:00 a.m.
Winds are the main concern Monday, and could blow snow back onto treated roads and sidewalks.
The man, who is expected to be okay, and was treated for being exposed to the cold water.
A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until 1PM Monday.
Just as western Massachusetts is digging out from our major snowstorm, more snow is on the way.
A look at how much snow fell across the region during the snowstorm on Thursday, February 9, 2017.
Drivers are being urged to take it slow as heavy snow comes down across the state.
Goverrnor Charlie Baker and MassDOT are urging drivers to stay off the roads Thursday.
Snow was gradually ending from west to east, late Thursday afternoon, and we expected the snow to be done by 6:00 p.m.