22News spoke with Congressman Richard Neal as he received an honorary Doctor of Letters degree.
Volunteers rolled up their sleeves in different neighborhoods across the city, working toward keeping Holyoke clean.
Bikers were riding in support of the programs and services offered to veterans at the Soldiers’ Home.
Westfield Police Capt. Michael McCabe gave residents tips on what to do if they come across graffiti.
A car was completely destroyed when it burst into flames on the Mass Pike.
Police are searching for suspects who set a bar on fire while they were trying to rob it.
The national safety council predicts more than 400 people will be killed during the memorial day weekend travel.
Springfield police are searching for the man who stabbed a person near the intersection of Belmont Avenue and Fort Pleasant Avenue.
Bob Charland works day and night fighting a deadly disease and fixing up bikes for kids in need.
It may only be the middle of May, but Western Massachusetts has already logged its first official “Heat Wave” of 2017 Friday.
Teams are taking laps around the track at the School Street Park.
Eversource faced too many obstacles, and decided to move on with solar farm plans.
22News spoke with several Mason Square residents who are concerned about the increase in violence in the area.
22News was at the Log Cabin in Holyoke, where one local fire chief became president of the Massachusetts Fire Chiefs Association.
The Gypsy Moth Caterpillars are impacting more than just the trees and leaves in eastern Hampden County.
The DOT says the lane shift and closures will be on Monday night instead of Friday night.
According to State Police in Northampton, I-91 was opened at 3:45 p.m. on Friday.
Signs will be placed across the town in honor of the 75 Agawam servicemen killed in service to our country over the years.
Robert DeLeo explained the three major goals of the house’s budget.
Joel Dorval was last seen leaving his Memorial Drive apartment on May 11.