A Northampton was struck and killed by a train in Belchertown Wednesday. Residents are concerned about trains speeding through their area.
Amherst residents reacted happily to the news that 15 year-old Richard Hogans, Jr. was located safe in New Haven, Connecticut.
If you need individual health insurance, you only have a couple weeks left to prepare.
Thursday evening, parents, guardians and members of the Hampshire Regional School Community will have an opportunity to learn more about opi…
Wilbraham Police is asking for the publics help in identifying a suspect who has been using counterfeit money at local stores.
The teen from Amherst, who had been missing since October 27th, was found safe in New Haven, Conn.
Dozens of WMass towns are fighting to stop a new natural gas pipeline from being built. The 22News I-Team breaks down the pipeline proposals…
Electricity prices are skyrocketing this winter. The 22News I-Team discovered what’s driving these prices up.
In just a few days, you’ll have to make a decision on a proposed expansion of the bottle bill. 22News explains both sides of the debate.
Residents are happy to see their street finally get construction attention.
The Amherst Police received a grant to help them better serve the needs of victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Three candidates running one of the most closely-watched state senate races in Massachusetts will debate Wednesday on 22News.
Hundreds packed inside the UMass auditorium Tuesday night to listen to the stories of those deeply affected by the Ebola virus.
The new high speed rail is stopping in Northampton in 2 months. 22News found out how this could impact the city and surrounding communities.
It has been 24 hours since 15 year-old Richard Hogans, Jr. was last seen, and people in his hometown are praying he is found safe.
The former Amherst Regional High School teacher targeted by racist graffiti says that school administrators mistreated her.
Police have set up a staging area at the base of Mt. Sugarloaf as the search for Richard Hogans, Jr. continues.