If you’re a fruit lover you’ll be happy to hear we have a strong fruit crop growing in western Massachusetts.
Hundreds of western Massachusetts seniors will have access to affordable produce from local farms this summer.
It’s allergy season, and some western Massachusetts residents are feeling its effects more than others.
22News looks back on the month of April and what kind of weather we have seen.
22News went to the city of Springfield where residents used their Saturday morning to clean up the streets and parks.
April 29th is a day dedicated to throwing away unused and out-of-date medications, no questions asked.
Greenfield is the only city in the world with a public Wi-Fi internet service like this. 22News found out the plans to expand the service.
A lot of state lawmakers and a Greenfield business that sells cigarettes support the concept of “Tobacco 21.”
Last summer gypsy moth caterpillars returned to parts of western Massachusetts and now this year they’ve been spotted again.
Governor Baker said the state needs to be “more aggressive” about this issue. 22News found out what the state is doing to save lives.
Polito was in Bernardston, Whately, Amherst, and Pelham Thursday to sign community compacts.
State lawmakers want to prevent welfare recipients from buying marijuana with their state issued debit cards, once pot shops open next year.
The suspect allegedly told police that he needed money to pay for medical bills for his daughter.
We have seen a good amount of rainfall this spring, and that has been good news when it comes to drought conditions.
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.
Deerfield residents voted to accept the closed church as a gift during town meeting Monday.
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.