22News explains why a Greenfield Police Sergeant was asked not to fly a confederate flag inside his garage.
Currently, rape kits and other forensic evidence can be destroyed after six months.
All lanes are now open following the tractor trailer crash.
Spanky’s Tree Service in Orange was fined by the MassDEP for not reporting a diesel fuel spill that happened on East Main Street.
22News is working for you with a list of the various events and Trick-Or-Treating hours across western Massachusetts.
What kinship givers need to know about the opioid epidemic and how it will affect their families.
A National Prescription Drug Take Back Day has been announced in Western Massachusetts this upcoming week.
No bail for a man and a woman from Athol accused of killing a 95-year-old man during a home invasion in Orange last week.
The Northwestern DA’s office released the gory details of how Thomas Harty was killed and his wife Joanna Fisher was severely injured.
The weather has been getting cooler and we’re seeing less daylight each day. Here are some of the predictions for this winter’s weather.
The two suspects in the deadly home invasion in Orange were arraigned in Orange District Court on Friday.
Two suspects in the deadly home invasion in Orange, who were arrested in Virginia, are now back in Massachusetts.
The State Fire Marshal’s office has determined the cause of a fire that killed four people in Greenfield last month.
The fall colors are out in force in Franklin County and businesses here are expecting many more new customers for the rest of the month.
American Nurses Association Massachusetts is voicing concerns about possible health risks and increased impaired driving incidents.
Two people growing medical marijuana in Wendell had their operation stopped. 22News found out from them what unfolded.
Joshua Hart and Brittany Smith are expected to be arraigned in Orange District Court on Friday.
22News found out how the student’s background impact’s their education.
The two suspects in a deadly home invasion in Orange were in a Virginia court, Tuesday afternoon, and waived their rights.
Leaf peepers come from all over the world to see the changing colors along the Mohawk Trail and other scenic routes.