Some heavy rain moved through western Massachusetts Saturday evening.
The Franklin County Jail has been working with the federal government to house illegal immigrants.
Excitement is growing over construction of a new pedestrian bridge in Montague. 22News explains when the project is expected to be finished.
Keep your dogs and cats indoors or on a leash outside, because the skunks are out. Skunks are leaving their habitats looking for mates.
High pressure explains why we are dealing with temperatures that are well above-average.
It felt like spring today, with temperatures in the 60s and riders and skiers were loving it at Berkshire East.
Stores are busy selling tickets ahead of Wednesday night’s drawing, the highest Powerball has had since November.
When temperatures go from cold to warm, it can be confusing for plants.
The 22News I-Team discovered dozens of Level 3 sex offenders are homeless, and could be living anywhere, at any time.
Family members of Patricia “Patsy” Prest are very concerned about the 63 year-old’s well-being.
You’ve probably seen it happen: someone throws a cigarette from their car. 22News explains the penalties you might face for this crime.
Milder weather may have some people tempted to head out on the water, but lakes, ponds, and rivers are still extremely cold.
A court decision could impact thousands of drunk driving case in Mass. Some people who’ve been convicted, might want to file an appeal.
22News Storm Team Meteorologist Nick Bannin explains why above-normal temperatures are here to stay for a while.
Police say there has been a series of break-ins over the weekend.
After a less-than-snowy start to the season, recent snowfall combined with comfortable temperatures have improved conditions.
The congressman, who has long advocated for normalizing relations with Cuba, is having discussions on health care and human rights.
Presidents Day falls between the birthdays of Presidents George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.
A total of 67 bags of suspected heroin were seized following a traffic stop on Main Street Thursday.
In 2015 the state’s Supreme Judicial Court ruled it unconstitutional to impose residency restrictions on sex offenders.