Dozens of people gathered at the CC&J church on Sumner Ave, to keep the tradition alive after rain forced them inside.
The Board of Directors are also in need of more participants they are half way to their goal of 500 riders for the event.
Men and women who really know their bottles say it’s not important what was in the bottle, but the bottles themselves.
Survival Center trucks were stationed at strategic food stores in the Springfield area, collecting food donated by generous people
Staying away from standing water and deep puddles can be important, and life-saving advice for drivers.
Holyoke has joined East Longmeadow, Greenfield and other western Massachusetts towns where the West Nile Virus has been found.
The Holland Police Department is checking their Ford cruisers after reports of similar model cruisers filling with carbon monoxide in Auburn…
The IRS says the schemers are impersonating tax software providers and attempting to steal their usernames and passwords.
Starting later this year the lottery will have the authority to suspend that person’s ability to claim prizes.
They were able to sit in the VIP section and meet players like Jimmy Garopollo and Jacoby Brissett.
Police said the female in the video took a bike that belongs to someone on Polaski Avenue, in Chicopee out for a spin.
The Red Cross hopes to mark a major milestone, installing their 1 millionth smoke alarm since 2014.
Brain drain occurs when children aren’t utilizing skills taught during the school year, in the summer.
What makes an old, empty bottle so valuable? 22News went to a convention being held at the MassMutual Center to find out.
Holyoke has become the latest western Massachusetts community in which West Nile Virus has been found in mosquito samples.
This year’s edition, which will take place on the weekend of August 25 and 26, will include for the first time a 5K road race.
Workers have been installing sheetrock in both the entertainment center and the hotel guest welcoming area.
Recent paving and chunks of concrete can be found along the sidewalks on Tyler Street in the city’s Old Hill neighborhood.
Cesar Luis Delrio was wanted on seven warrants, including several for violent felonies.
There have been several bike-related accidents in western Massachusetts this summer.