Small business owners across western Massachusetts anxiously hope they’ll experience a successful Christmas shopping season.
For several years now, 22News has been following the situation of families living in hotels and the state’s efforts to find appropriate hous…
There’s strong opposition to Gov. Patrick’s proposal to cut “local aid.” 22News discovered which programs would be hurt by local aid cuts.
Apple American Group LLC, the company that manages Applebee’s, is being sued after a customer allegedly choked to death in 2011.
About a dozen people attended a community meeting meant to explain Greenfield’s new energy program.
Berkshire Gas Company crews shut off service to a vacant home in Greenfield after reports of the smell of gas Thursday night.
Greenfield Police need your help identifying a man who allegedly stole more than $500 worth of toothbrush heads from CVS.
A Springfield firefighter accused of sexual assault died in an apparent suicide days after his arraignment, state police say.
A 23 year-old woman who allegedly caused a crash over the summer that killed a 68 year-old woman was arraigned Tuesday in Greenfield.
There will be an open meeting for Greenfield residents about the city’s new energy program. 22News is working for you with the details on th…
Bail has been granted for the young man accused of threatening a re-enactment of the Columbine massacre at a Franklin County high school.
Protesters in Greenfield gathered outside a meeting on Kinder Morgan’s pipeline project. 22News spoke to people on both sides of the door.
While the reduced price of gas may have some people spending more on gifts this holiday season, it just isn’t enough for others.
Franklin County business leaders were greeted by protesters as they went to a private meeting with Kinder Morgan representatives Tuesday mor…
Police are warning residents about driving on roads that aren’t maintained by the town, after a car ended up in the Green River.
Shoppers went out to support small businesses the day after Black Friday, but business owners told 22News one day just isn’t enough.
Some homes were still without power in western Massachusetts on Monday, five days after last weeks winter storm.