Students at Lenox Memorial Middle and High School voted to retire their Millionaires mascot.
More than 42 million drivers will be on the roads this weekend, so MassDOT is advising drivers to plan ahead to avoid delays.
22News is working for you with how boaters plan to spend their Fourth Of July out on the river.
The new hours will give a more consistent delivery of service and enhanced support for customers visiting service centers.
Here is a look at some damage in our area, reported by trained weather spotters or over amateur radio.
Tourism officials have decided to abandon their efforts to re-brand the Pioneer Valley as “West Mass.”
A Northampton woman arrested during a pipeline protest in Berkshire County says she’s fighting “for the future of life on the planet.”
More than 38 million Americans are expected to be on the road this holiday weekend.
The president of Williams College says he is stepping down to lead a philanthropic nonprofit group in New York.
The mosquito sample was collected in the Town of Richmond, Berkshire County, on June 27.
A Pittsfield man is heading to prison for drug charges in three separate cases.
The primary threats from Tuesday afternoon’s storms are gusty winds, small hail, and sudden, heavy downpours.
The Baker-Polito administration has awarded federal grants to state district attorneys and sheriffs among other agencies.
Hail was reported in Otis and Granby, which also experienced strong gusty winds.
22News found out how residents feel about the 18 month long process
Jose Hernandez’s lawyer says her client cannot perform demanding work, after being injured in a fall while working for a Lenox company.
Jo Ringer’s close friends hope the vigil will shed new light on the unsolved case.
22News is working for you to find out if there are more bears compared to last year or is it because of our phones.
22News is working for you with how people celebrated the first day of summer.
The sun rose Wednesday at 5:14 a.m. and will set at 8:30 p.m. Days start getting shorter Thursday.