If you’re a fruit lover you’ll be happy to hear we have a strong fruit crop growing in western Massachusetts.
The rain we have already received this spring is providing a good start for the asparagus season.
It’s allergy season, and some western Massachusetts residents are feeling its effects more than others.
22News looks back on the month of April and what kind of weather we have seen.
Northampton Police are on alert with a dangerous batch of heroin making the rounds.
22News found out if people felt safe driving near Northampton, knowing thousands of Extravaganja participants were smoking nearby.
22News went to the city of Springfield where residents used their Saturday morning to clean up the streets and parks.
April 29th is a day dedicated to throwing away unused and out-of-date medications, no questions asked.
The 28 year-old suspect is now charged possession of child pornography, and attempting to pose a child in the nude.
Extravaganja participants will be cited for driving high, gifting pot illegally, or smoking outside of the fairgrounds.
22News found out what rules your landlord can and cannot make when it comes to the use of marijuana.
Last summer gypsy moth caterpillars returned to parts of western Massachusetts and now this year they’ve been spotted again.
In most states, including Massachusetts, Arbor Day is observed on the last Friday of April. But that is not the case everywhere.
The university offered some $311 million in financial aid over the past academic year.
The roadway remains open, but residents may notice reduced water pressure.
Ware police say the man was pushing a carriage full of un-bagged items on Palmer Road Thursday night.
Family of three from Rwanda arrived at Bradley International Airport on Wednesday, and taken to their home in Northampton.
22News spoke with a consultant who facilitates these forums about how the groups are structured.
You may think it’s a bad idea to plant trees next to power lines, but the folks at Eversource and UMass Amherst have a very good reason.
The caterpillars were responsible for eating the leaves off some 350,000 acres of trees in Massachusetts last year.