The Northwestern District Attorney’s Office says that the incident, though offensive, does not legally constitute a hate crime.
Police say that there has been a recent increase in thefts from cars, and in most cases, the vehicles were left unlocked.
22News is working for you with how long we could be feeling the warmer temperatures.
People came out to St. John’s Church on Elm Street to show support for those affected by the tragedy.
It’s the beginning of fall, but western Massachusetts orchards are already seeing a lot of customers.
Breast cancer is impacting both men and women across the country, and here in western Massachusetts.
22News is working for you with how the cool weather could impact your flowers and gardens.
From online competition to increasing costs, retailers in Massachusetts are facing growing challenges.
The team of six will help repair and rebuild communications systems, such as satellites and cell phone towers.
Cooler weather does not mean the end for the risk of Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses. In fact, ticks may be more active now.
Some shops are turning away drivers looking to get their yearly car inspections, because of connection issues with the new software.
Heavy fire could be seen coming from the roof of the building at 39 Union Street early Monday morning.
Agawam, West Springfield, Sunderland and North Adams are all receiving money for town projects.
Over a million people came through the gates this year breaking the previous record high by more than 25,000 people.
In the Hampshire county town of Southampton, a veterinarian helped save a horse that was stuck on the second floor of a barn.
Starting Sunday, auto inspecting stations will start using a new system, and it could mean more time at the auto shop.
22News talked to many residents Saturday about how they are sad The Big E is ending already.
The 22News Storm Team is tracking the chance for frost Saturday night into Sunday morning
The caffeinated drink can wake you up and has several health benefits, like preventing diabetes and lowering risks of liver disease.
Fifty people were arrested in Massachusetts, after federal authorities targeted sanctuary cities.