The American Heart Association recognized the Baystate Franklin Medical Center for its commitment to quality stroke care.
Lorraine Laurie wore the wedding gown of her dreams Saturday when she renewed her vows with husband Joe.
Grants will fund innovative IT projects, technology infrastructure upgrades and software or equipment purchases.
“Bee Week” is a fun way to educate people about serious issues facing bees. They’re an important link in our food chain
We’re seeing more bears in western Massachusetts. 22News is working for you with how to keep them away from your home.
Local leaders are looking to find solutions that benefit western Massachusetts and Connecticut collectively.
In each of our communities, children are being abused. 22News explains how a new center is helping children in Franklin County.
State zoning laws have not seen significant changes since the 1970’s.
Deerfield police are looking for the public’s help to figure out what caused a late night crash that injured one person.
A Buckland resident will spend the next five years in jail for causing a crash that killed a 51 year-old woman from Heath.
22News is working for you with a look at how your local representatives voted on a controversial transgender rights bill.
The Campaign to Regulate Marijuana like Alcohol is proposing a ballot question to allow recreational use for adults with taxes on sales.
The proposed ordinance would ban all Styrofoam packaging including Styrofoam cups, bowls, plates, takeout containers, and trays.
The body that was recovered from the Connecticut River in Gill, on Monday, has been identified by the medical examiner.
Dozens of suicides over the years have led to a camera being installed on the French King Bridge between Gill and Erving.
Students at one Franklin County school received a unique lesson in driving safety Tuesday morning.
State Police Dive Team members and Gill Police recovered a decomposing man’s body from the Connecticut River in Gill, Monday night.
A man from Windsor was arrested Sunday morning, during a traffic stop in Greenfield. The passenger in the car had a “medical emergency.”
With parades and ceremonies, several western Massachusetts communities are honoring those who died in service to our country.
A black bear needed some shade, so it climbed into a tree and stayed there for a while.