Thunderstorms brought down trees and caused thousands of people to lose power Sunday morning.
Child pornography charges have been brought against a 34-year-old man from Granby, Eric Lacoste who lives at 11 Darrel Avenue.
Sidewalks in Northampton were filled with chalk drawings created by artist for Friday’s Festival.
Football season has arrived. That means fantasy football leagues are underway too. It’s an industry being closely watched by state lawmakers…
A 22-year-old man will likely become the state’s newest lawmaker on Beacon Hill. 22News spoke with the candidate about his primary victory.
As of Friday, 10 of 16 jurors have been sat in Cara Rintala’s third murder trial.
Sunday marks 15 years since the deadliest terror attacks on U.S. soil, and people here in western Massachusetts will pause to remember.
The intersection where Damon Road meets Bridge Road and King Street is an area where trains cross and where traffic comes off I-91.
Massachusetts residents looking for health insurance can apply on-line or with assistance from a state approved Health Connector Navigator.
During the closure, crews will be paving in the area of I-91.
The Hampden and Hampshire County Sheriff races were were arguably the most high profile races in western Massachusetts.
The assistant superintendent of the Hampshire County Jail has been nominated by Democratic voters to run the sheriff’s department.
Police chased a man from Hampshire to Franklin County, Thursday afternoon, after he was allegedly involved in an accident.
The high-profile campaign for Governor’s Council is over, after numerous television ads and debates.
A 22 year-old community activist has come out on top in the most crowded primary contest in western Massachusetts this year.
Hinds will now face Lanesborough Republican Christine Canning during the general election in November.
The Washington Street School served the students of South Belchertown from 1882 to 1938.
22News is monitoring the election returns in seven contested races across western Massachusetts.
The winner of Thursday’s vote will face-off against Republican David Isakson in November.
Voters in Amherst, Pelham and the North part of Granby have to decide which of six candiates to elect as their new State Representative.