The benefit performance fills the stage with award winning performers, many of whom got their start at the Dunbar Community Center.
Families living at the Robinson Gardens apartments now have their own garden both for food and to help beautify the neighborhood.
It’s a weekend festival for the city of Holyoke. They celebrated what’s new and what’s traditional for the paper city.
Firefighters rescued three people and their cat by ladder from their second floor apartment at 44 Orange Street in Springfield.
The Southwick Fire Department is asking for the community’s efforts to help bring back Marshall.
Better fire safety, including checking and maintaining smoke detectors and practicing safe heating can be key in saving lives.
The National Guard will soon begin testing groundwater. 22News is in Westfield with information about where this will take place.
Police officers will now have more tools to fight the opioid epidemic in western Massachusetts. 22News explains this new policy.
Police shutdown an alleged marijuana growing operation in a house on Taft Road in Chester this week.
22News introduces you to “Survivor Journeys,” a group that’s in western Massachusetts to help those diagnosed with cancer.
Find out what the National Guard is doing about the concerns of contaminants in the Barnes Aquifer.
For the first time, you’ll be able to vote for the president before Election Day in Massachusetts.
The Thunderbirds played their first pre-season game at the MassMutual Center on Friday night against the Providence Bruins.
Holyoke Mayor Morse held a re-dedication of the Roberts Field Sports Complex field right before the kick-off of the varsity football game.
As Hurricane Matthew causes destruction across Florida the American Red Cross is helping those in need.
Next week is fire prevention week. 22News is working for you with when you should actually change your smoke alarm.
It may be getting cooler and the days are getting shorter but there are still plenty of things that you can still plant.
The event helped residents obtain new E-Z Pass transponders in preparation for the Mass Pike’s transition to All Electric Tolling.
The state program is operating now in Worcester, with Monson Savings Bank running a similar program locally.
Congressman Richard Neal, District Attorney Anthony Gulluni, and school officials were on-hand for Friday’s announcement.