The suspects allegedly drove off in a white four-door sedan.
The fate of a new Amherst school project is back in the hands of the town’s residents one last time.
It doesn’t take much freezing rain to make the roads and sidewalks slippery.
The Pulaski Day Parade is an annual expression of Polish heritage and culture here in western Massachusetts.
A car ended halfway up a tree after a crash early Sunday morning in Hadley.
Deputy DNC Chair Keith Ellison and Representative Jim McGovern led a dialogue on the progressive agenda and politics under Donald Trump.
People from multiple professions received training on mental health first aid.
The Stroke Support Group hosted an event at UMass Amherst to create stroke awareness for students on campus.
Police had to close a section of Route 9 in Ware for 90 minutes Friday night, because of an apartment house fire.
Holyoke police say that police seized 300 bags of heroin and a large amount of cash during their investigation.
NAACP President and CEO Cornell Brooks told 22News college students play an important role when it comes to change.
22News went to the Sugar Shack in Hadley, Friday night, to meet with Jay Gonzalez, a Democrat running for Governor.
A U.S. Marine whose house in Granby was damaged by a fire in December was honored at a hockey game in Medford, Friday night.
Kelsey stunned UMass Amherst on Thursday when he decided not to take the job he agreed to as the head coach of the men’s basketball team.
The 20-year-old man was arrested on an outstanding arrest warrant issued by the Eastern Hampshire District Court.
It was a real stunner at UMass Amherst. The man who agreed to succeed Derek Kellogg as the new UMass Head Coach abruptly changed his mind.
Northampton’s DPW superintendent says their reservoirs are completely full. At one point, they were only at 54% capacity.
Athletes across western Massachusetts came together for the annual UMass Pro Day. 22News was there while the athletes trained.
Under new business Wednesday, the Gateway Regional School Committee tackled the issue of gendered graduation caps and gowns.
Dozens of local residents gathered Wednesday night in Ware to discuss the future location of a breeding ground for rattlesnakes.