With parades and ceremonies, several western Massachusetts communities are honoring those who died in service to our country.
The fire was contained to one room, and no one was seriously hurt.
If you’re looking for something fun to do this long holiday weekend look no further than the popular Paradise City Arts Festival.
Saturday was a day to celebrate the profession of public safety. The Northampton Police held their 2nd annual celebrate police day.
One person was initially trapped in a room, but firefighters were able to rescue her along with two other residents.
Ground beef investigation follow-up. The 22News I-Team gained some insight on one well-known grocery store chain’s process.
A state trooper has been convicted of sexually assaulting a woman at her Worthington home, after the two met on an online dating site.
Changes are coming to your Massachusetts drivers license that are aimed at making the country more secure.
22News looked into where homeless families go after a hotel and how long they have to wait.
The iconic train at Look Park in Florence is being replaced. 22News explains why they’re asking for your help.
Three houses on Clark Street were damaged on Thursday, after a fire started on a front porch. One firefighter was taken to the hospital.
South Hadley residents say they’re concerned about driver and pedestrian safety at a busy intersection in town.
Governor Baker said changing the sick time policy for state employees is the fiscally responsible thing to do.
The Northampton Police Dept. is the first in the state to sign on to the new program. 22News explains how its all about transparency.
22News shows you how western Mass. residents are reacting to delaying that “Rattlesnake Island” plan.
Up until now, bans on plastic bags, like the one in Northampton, have been going into effect town by town.
Smith Academy in Hatfield was evacuated for about 40 minutes this afternoon for a bomb threat.
Many of us scratch and claw to get a cost of living raise. The 22News uncovered hundreds of state employees getting double-digit raises.
The University of Massachusetts will be the first major public university in the country to divest its endowment from fossil fuels.
A gun buyback program is set to take place next month in western Mass. The goal is to keep firearms out of the wrong hands.