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Crews removed pine trees that were allegedly large, dying and possibly drought-damaged with the help of a 140-foot crane.
Greenfield Police have posted a photo of an injured cat in hopes that its owner will come forward to claim it and take over its care.
The regional hazardous materials response team was called to evaluate the chemicals inside the man’s car.
The 15th annual show put on by the Bernardston-Gill-Leyden snowmobile club attracted winter sports fans from all over New England.
Orange residents are saddened, angry and upset after hearing that Joanna Fisher passed away Thursday morning.
This Sunday on 22News InFocus we’ll have a review of the presidential and local elections as well as the state wide ballot questions.
This year, there are several Veterans Day events across western Massachusetts that people can attend
The 77-year-old woman who was seriously injured during a deadly home invasion in Orange back in October has died.
Things have gotten just a little bit better over the last month but the drought conditions are still ongoing in Massachusetts.
Moose tend to be most active at dawn and dusk, and they do not worry about oncoming traffic.
Students sang patriotic songs, and stood in silence as they watched a flag folding demonstration by the U.S. Army ROTC Color Guard.
It will be legal in Massachusetts for anyone 21 or older to buy, possess, and use up to an ounce of marijuana starting December 15th.
The state will spend a quarter million dollars just to gather the data, but the entire project will cost millions.
Mass. voters approved a new law to change how animals are confined on a farm. 22News visited a local farm affected by the new law.
Domestic violence was the focus of a meeting in Greenfield, Wednesday. 22News explains how domestic violence impacts a lot of local resident…
Trump came up short in major population centers such as Springfield, but carried some communities that haven’t gone Republican in decades.
Two questions passed and two questions were rejected by voters Tuesday.
The polling centers throughout Massachusetts closed at 8:00 p.m. Tuesday. Click Here to view the Election Results as they come in.
A Springfield Democrat, Neal was first elected to Congress in 1988.