Showers brought some areas some needed raindrops
The Franklin Recovery Center offers 64 new treatment beds for people suffering with opioid addiction. Just three days after it opened on Mon…
The 14-year-old girl is Irissa Mitchell and was last seen at her home in Orange on Tuesday around 4 p.m.
The 22News I-Team uncovers this growing grey market business and the legal ramifications that face individuals who get involved.
A new ordinance may bring tiny homes to a western Massachusetts town
A demonstration electric school bus was brought to Amherst-Pelham Regional Middle School on Tuesday for people to try out.
The Brimfield Antique show is back. 22News found out it’s not so much about antiques anymore.
Homes in Turners Falls and Montague were broken into because people left their first floor windows open.
Bathtub toys and shampoo bottles are objects where mold grows. The 22News I-Team reveals where mold could be hiding in your own home.
Bill Cosby continues to fight against sexual assault allegations. 22News found out how he is perceived in the town where he lives.
22News found out how that has benefited both businesses and every-day people across the country.
Dry conditions caused the fire to spread on the ground in Greenfield, and firefighters were working to put out the flames Thursday afternoon…
While a strong or severe thunderstorm is possible, heavy downpours and lightning are the main concerns.
The federal government could soon be passing legislation to help combat the opioid epidemic. 22News explains what the funding involves.
Tiny homes have less than 400 square feet of living space, save owners money, and are often eco-friendly.
There’s a new tiny homes trend that’s sweeping the country. 22News found out this trend is making its way to western Massachusetts.
MassDevelopment has chosen a town in Franklin County as a site for a new downtown project.
22News found out the weather was the driving force behind a rise in tourism.
July 4th is more than just a day to celebrate. It’s also a day to honor our independence and those who fought for it.
Hundreds of people across Franklin County came out together to enjoy the annual Fourth of July Parade.