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.
Multiple fire departments were called in to help put out the fire.
Wind gusts reached almost 50 mph
22News explains how unusual this warm weather is during the month of April.
22News went to the Quabbin Saturday to find fishermen getting ready for the 2017 fishing season.
Joshua Hart and Brittany Smith are charged with the killings of 77 year-old Joanna Fisher and 95 year-old Thomas Harty.
Whether it’s a form of fasting or just habit, fish was the dish of choice for many people in western Massachusetts on Good Friday.
While a school in Connecticut is now under investigation, a western Massachusetts school was investigated only a few years ago.
Dozens looked on Friday morning as the eagle was released from a cage and flew off to freedom.
Supporters say that such a restriction would make it easier to enforce the 2010 law banning texting while driving.
22News went to a candy store in Deerfield that’s been seeing a constant flow of customers.
A Northfield resident is being investigated after their home was allegedly used for an underage drinking party Tuesday night.
The two people accused of killing an elderly couple during a home invasion in Orange last fall will be arraigned on Friday.
The Greenfield Police Department said the discovery of discarded dirty needles happens all too often these days.