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Southampton police urge you to look at this picture and see if you can identify the man.
Saturday afternoon police arrested several people related to their behavior while partying.
Hundreds of people paid their respects Friday night to a soldier from Ware who was killed while serving in Iraq last month.
Cold weather has moved in and it is only going to get colder as we head into the weekend.
Ware Police said there have been a series of car break-ins in the area of South Street and West Street.
Auditor highlighted the issues surrounding protection from cyber attacks.
Young thieves steal signs on Easthampton lawns that welcome refugees and immigrants into the community
Each year, for more than a decade, Sy has read a Dr. Seuss story to Ware School children on Read Across America Day.
Greenfield Savings Bank is opening two additional branches in Hampshire County.
The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts announced the new initiative in partnership with Holyoke Health Center.
The body of Private First Class Brian Odiorne received a hero’s welcome as it came back to western Massachusetts.
“Divest Smith College” held a vigil on campus Thursday, demanding the college to take action on climate change.
Local police departments were dealing with blocked roads in some locations, due to downed trees.
The 70 year-old suspect is alleged to have distributed and received files from 2013 through 2015.
The signs, which feature a welcoming message in Spanish, English, and Arabic, were stolen from several yards in Easthampton recently.
The newly released list includes individuals and businesses with unclaimed property over $100.
Police are warning residents to lock their car doors, following a recent increase in theft from vehicles.
Financial experts said we could see this successful trend on Wall Street continue, and affect us on Main Street.
22News took a close look at the statistics to see what’s going on and why fewer people are putting their house on the market.