When the temperatures warm up, local residents and farmers have come to expect bugs, both in the air and on the ground.
22News is working for you with why we will be feeling warmer weather soon.
A 19-year-old woman was identified as the victim of the deadly car crash in Deerfield that happened Thursday night.
A 30-year-old Athol man was indicted on a murder charge Friday in connection with the death Isaiah Buckner.
The Springfield Democrat did say, however, that President Trump should seek congressional approval before any other military action.
Local leaders are looking for ways to improve health in the county.
The Franklin County Justice Center hosted a ceremony to officially open the doors of the newly renovated building.
“Charging into an endless war is not the answer,” the Worcester Democrat said.
Deerfield and State Police are investigating a deadly car accident that happened Thursday night on Sugarloaf Street.
Police arrested a man from Turners Falls, Wednesday afternoon, who allegedly broke into a home on Montague Road in Shutesbury.
Witnesses told police that the driver of a red Chevrolet was going the wrong way on an offramp before colliding with a van.
Rob Kearney will make history as the first openly-gay man in the international competition.
There was heavy rain across western Massachusetts on Thursday. 22News found out this rain will be a big help for farmers.
Thunderstorms with hail, gusty winds and heavy downpours passing though Thursday night in western Massachusetts.
The nationwide campaign targeting distracted drivers begins April 7 and will run until April 28.
The right lane of I-91 northbound was closed for much of the morning.
The 22News I-Team discovered that getting a duplicate copy of an important tax document may impact thousands of people in Massachusetts.
Eversource is conducting aerial inspections throughout western Massachusetts of the vegetation growing near high-voltage electric lines.
Berkshire County is already in a Flood Watch and will be joined by the rest of western Massachusetts on Thursday.
Franklin County was the only western Massachusetts county where heating and not cooking, caused the most fires.