Greenfield authorities are trying to determine who sent racist emails that contained altered photos of a black town official.
An investigation into claims of abuse at Hillcrest Elementary School in Montague were unfounded.
The Family Drug Court is a new approach to handling the increasing number of custody and parenting cases where substance abuse is a factor.
The Solarize Mass. Shelburne-Colrain-Conway project plans to launch in early July.
Shutesbury police say that they received a tip Wednesday about drug activity at a home on Pelham Hill Road.
A Greenfield resident has been identified as the person whose body was pulled from the Connecticut River earlier this month.
Several Franklin County schools reopened Thursday after a threat caused a district-wide shut down on Wednesday.
School was cancelled in two Franklin Cty. districts due to an anonymous threat. 22News explains how the Superintendent is ensuring safety.
A funeral service was held today for a Franklin County corrections officer killed in a motorcycle crash last week.
22News is working for you with when and where the 4th of July firework celebrations will take place in western Massachusetts this year.
School was canceled Wednesday for both the Mohawk and Hawlemont school districts, after police were informed of a threat.
Authorities say 273 guns were turned in during a gun buyback held over the weekend in Franklin and Hampshire counties.
Snake-lovers want lawmakers to move forward with the “Rattlesnake Island” proposal. 22News found out the project could be delayed.
A relatively warm winter, combined with deep freezes in February and March, helped keep the sap running this year.
When you sign up to get solar panels, the deal may seem too good to be true. The 22News I-Team reveals there could be strings attached.
The victim, who met Trooper Christopher Kennedy online, testified that she allowed him to visit her because she thought she could trust him.
Police will give anyone who turns in a gun a 50 dollar gift card, no questions asked.
Police departments are taking to social media to express grief and sympathy for the death of a young corrections officer who died Thursday.
The commission was created by state lawmakers to address concerns in rural communities that typically don’t impact the rest of the state.
A young corrections officer from Leyden died Thursday as he was riding his motorcycle home after working the midnight shift.