Greenfield’s proposed downtown parking garage is taking shape. 22News found out some important information about it.
22News found out why people wait until the last minute to get their lawnmowers ready for spring.
We have seen a good amount of rainfall this spring, and that has been good news when it comes to drought conditions.
Deerfield residents voted to accept the closed church as a gift during town meeting Monday.
The suspect allegedly told police that he needed money to pay for medical bills for his daughter.
22News is working for you with how you can make yourself feel better if you have allergies.
22News went to the Springfield Museums for their Earth Day Festival to see how people are continuing to celebrate our planet.
The two-day show provided Franklin County visitors with a range of products and services geared for the warmer weather.
The dangerous chemical Agent Orange and the effects on the health of veterans was a major topic at the veterans’ gathering.
22News is working for you with what Earth Day means, and how people spent the day helping the Earth.
Congressman Jim McGovern, who has raised treatment funding from the federal government, toured the recovery center on Friday.
Funding helps communities to reduce energy costs, usage and emissions by investing in energy efficiency and renewable energy.
On 22News InFocus our guests will provide information on programs and resources that can help you create and maintain financial stability.
Great River Hydro LLC, a subsidiary of the Boston-based investment firm ArcLight Capital Partners, bought the dams for $1.06 billion.
The Massachusetts Fisheries and Wildlife Board voted Wednesday to suspend the controversial proposal to breed snakes at Mt. Zion.
Deerfield police said a resident called to report that a person claiming to be an Eversource contractor was trying to get inside their home.
Police dogs and the State Police Air Wing were involved in the search for the missing teenager in Greenfield Tuesday night.
Multiple crews from Franklin and Hampshire County were called in to help put out the fire.
22News explains why we’re seeing so many brush fires lately throughout western Massachusetts.
State lawmakers are proposing a local tax to pay for transportation projects. 22News found out how this tax would work.