Prosecutors allege Guy Bush molested the girl multiple times while living in South Hadley.
There is some construction going on at the Quabbin. 22News explains what’s being done to upgrade the reservoirs power and security.
Following four continuous months of unusually dry weather, the state of Massachusetts is watching water levels closely.
It turns out farming fungi can be a lucrative business 22News joined wholesale buyers as they toured the new facility in Hadley on Tuesday.
An autistic Massachusetts man has pleaded guilty to charges he repeatedly stabbed his mother in 2015.
Eversource says they are ready to meet the demands on the power grid during these hot days, but there are ways you can save energy.
A very colorful sky Monday night filled with a full rainbow! Viewers sent in photos from all over western Mass.
When work is being done, traffic is still getting through in both directions, but some avoid the area entirely.
The Vermont senator has called for Democratic unity, but recent developments have discouraged many of his backers.
Health groups are urging Massachusetts lawmakers to pass more tobacco prevention laws.
The victim of the deadly crash on I-91 in Hatfield has been identified as David Healey of Shelburne.
Campus police at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst are conducting “Active threat Training” this Saturday morning.
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.