The “ClearThe Shelters” campaign is all about getting more people interested in adopting pets, which tends to be a safer bet at the shelter.
22News is working for you with different locations you can view the solar eclipse safely.
No one was inside the Jacksonville Road home at the time of the crash.
Voters are scheduled to decide whether to make Greenfield a “Safe City” Wednesday.
Monday night residents were able to ask Sheriff Donelan about the program and voice their concerns.
Dakin is raising the awareness for adopted pets locally and across the country with their “Clear The Shelters” adoption drive.
Greenfield is considering adopting a “Safe City” ordinance, but it has some residents concerned.
22News is working for you with a warning to not look directly at the eclipse.
The passenger of the vehicle allegedly tried to run away from police as they searched the car.
The event is 100% worked by volunteers, 200 of them to be exact. The majority of the food was cooked by the Stone Soup cafe.
22News spoke with Franklin Medical Center radiologist Dr. Howard Natenshon, who began the event ten years ago, about how much it helps.
Troopers along with a Deerfield Police officer and his police dog reportedly found 60 grams of cocaine.
22News is working for with what you should be doing now to get your yard ready for next season.
22News is working for you, explaining when higher pollen counts will be returning.
A proposed solar farm project in Shutesbury can move forward.
Eversource and National Grid are reminding customers to call 811 for all digging projects.
22News found out how it will help western Massachusetts schools gain access to food from local farms.
Habitat for Humanity is making a big impact in western Massachusetts.
A recently installed smoke detector alerted an elderly Health resident that a fire had started in his kitchen last week.
Several Massachusetts cities and towns have banned truck drivers from using their engine brake, or jake brake, which can be very noisy.