From now through August 28th, United Way is collecting diapers throughout towns in Hampshire County.
The town of Worthington is going to replace a half-century-old fire truck thanks to a federal grant.
22News was there as the hospital welcomed visitors to take a tour of the new facility.
If you have travel plans, leave early because chances are you’ll be running into traffic.
The legislation is designed to benefit low-income seniors, military personnel, and people with disabilities.
UMass-Amherst is hoping to save nearly $2 million in annual energy costs under a three-year agreement signed with Eversource.
22News is working for you with how blueberry season is going so far
Rocky’s Ace Hardware in Springfield said they’re seeing more customers looking to secure garages.
Police are asking for your help identifying two suspect who broke into a liquor store in Ware early Friday morning.
The town is adding a new roundabout to the intersection of East Pleasant Street and Triangle Street.
The 2017 FallsFest celebrated it’s 4th year bigger and better and among the company of many satisfied people.
The 22News Storm Team is working for you with a look back on July’s weather, and what we can expect for August.
Throughout the day at the Mallory center, there were exhibits highlighting different areas of agriculture, technology, and more.
Former priest and convicted pedophile Paul Shanley settled into his new home in Ware, Mass. Friday night as a free man.
Residents raised concerns about the type of crowd a cottage community would bring to Easthampton.
22News explains why Southampton Police are telling residents that if you see something, to say something.
Thursday marks the 50th year that western Massachusetts shoppers have been combing through bargains at Northampton’s sidewalk sale.
22News spoke to a UMASS research ecologist on Thursday, who said invasive plant species in our area are spreading.
State police say they found 29 grams of suspected crack cocaine inside the vehicle, which they pulled over on I-91 north in Northampton.
Before legal marijuana shops open in Massachusetts, the town of Amherst is making some changes to how sales are taxed and regulated.