Aaron Hernandez was in the middle of multiple of legal cases before he committed suicide in prison.
Petition organizers need to get enough signatures and approval by city officials in order to get this to be a ballot question in November.
About 60% of adults now support legalizing marijuana, a Gallup poll has found.
Police dog Marvin and Officer Matthew Frydryk are out at narcotics detection and patrol operations training.
The plan was originally announced in early 2016, and was quickly challenged by residents and lawmakers.
The Massachusetts Fisheries and Wildlife Board voted Wednesday to suspend the controversial proposal to breed snakes at Mt. Zion.
Hampshire County improved from a failing grade to a “C” in the American Lung Association’s “State of the Air” report.
People are already taking ticks off their dogs in western Mass. 22News found out what you can do to keep the ticks off you and your pets.
A man who had an active warrant out for his arrest was caught Tuesday night at the Walmart Supercenter in Ware.
A summer youth jobs program is back again. 22News was in Hampshire County to find out how this program will get teens jobs.
22News went to Mount Tom on Tuesday and found a lot of people who were hiking the hill, and hadn’t really prepared for the experience.
Heavy flames were coming from the building’s third-story porch, and smoke could be seen from blocks away.
Potholes and winter sand can cause motorcycles to lose traction, but there are steps you can take to prevent accidents.
This project was the result of a complaint made by a Southampton resident who crashed while riding his bike over the tracks.
The section of Brickyard Road will close at 8:00 a.m. and is expected to be open for the evening commute.
Multiple crews from Franklin and Hampshire County were called in to help put out the fire.
Amherst and State Police are investigating the cause of a single motorcycle accident that happened Monday afternoon.
22News explains why we’re seeing so many brush fires lately throughout western Massachusetts.
If you haven’t filed yet, you have a lot of company. There are things you can do to speed up the filing process.
The work, which is set to begin on Monday, includes improvements to the crosswalks and intersection in addition to curb extensions.