Lanes were temporarily closed on I-91 in Hatfield, Friday, after car crashed in the median and the driver was thrown from the car.
Dozens of people came down to check it out the new greenery, and seating on the nearly one acre plot.
The Groff Wading pool on Mill Lane is temporarily closed due to a high bacteria count.
A proposal to stop the clock on the controversial plan to raise rattlesnakes on the Quabbin Reservoir was left out of the state budget.
The National Weather Service issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Hampden and Hampshire counties, but they have been cancelled.
22News found out why UMass students throwing a party are being encouraged to call the cops.
22News now knows the cause of Wednesday night’s possible hazmat situation in Amherst.
The Community for Public Counsel Services ran out of money on June 30, and funding has yet to be restored.
Amherst Fire Chief Tim Nelson has applied for a grant to get more help as the calls rise and the staffing stays short.
The 64-year-old man says he was beat up by police officers while being served a trespass notice.
Ware Police Department said that after a long undercover narcotics investigation they arrested five individuals.
Drought conditions remain unchanged from last week with eastern portions of Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin Counties in Severe Drought.
The Brandywine Apartments in Amherst were evacuated Wednesday evening, after suspicious chemicals were found at one of the apartments.
More than 20 million people play the Pokémon Go game every day, and its given police a new problem.
House lawmakers are trying to make it safer for bike riders. 22News found out a proposal to protect them, could impact you on the road.
In a new UMass Lowell study, more than 75% of respondents said tackling should be banned in football for players under age 14.
The Wastershed Council plans to raise the endangered brook floater mussels at a hatchery and then put them in different watersheds along the…
This year’s Pakistani young leaders are 29 visiting undergraduate students’ ages 19 to 24 who were chosen from over 600 applicants.
The total annual generation from the new installations is estimated to equal the annual electrical energy use of 900 Massachusetts homes.
Hundreds of calls to police and you paid for it. The 22News I-Team reveals how often the police are dealing with calls from Walmart.