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.
23 year old Joshua Hart and 27 year old Brittany Smith of Athol were arrested in Virginia.
A driver from Hadley was arrested this weekend on drug charges, after a Deerfield police officer arrested him for driving with a suspended l…
A man and woman from Vermont were arrested in the Franklin County town of Bernardston, early Friday morning, after a traffic stop.
A Montague man was sentenced on Friday in U.S. District Court for filing false income taxes with his restaurant from 2008 to 2012.
The identities of a man killed during a home invasion in Orange, as well as his wife who was severely injured, have been revealed.
22News found out this is the busiest time of year for businesses there.
The Ballot Question 2 initiative would allow the creation of up to 12 new charter schools, or enrollment expansions in existing charter scho…
Police in the Town of Orange are investigating a deadly home invasion that occurred Wednesday night.
A new update is now available for the WWLP WX App on the App Store and on Google Play.
It doesn’t look like Hurricane Matthew will be bringing us any much needed rain to help us with the drought.
Massachusetts State Police arrested a man this week on multiple drug charges after a traffic stop in the Town of Montague.
For us when it comes to hurricanes and tropical storms it’s not usually so much the wind it’s the flooding rains.
22News found out if businesses are worried about online competition.
The Tow of Greenfield announced that the 2017 parking permits for public parking lots will be sold via a hybrid-lottery system.
A group of nurses are raising concerns about proposed new regulations that they say could lead to medical errors.
Residents asked for more transparency, but their demands have yet to be met