After a string of robberies on the campus of UMASS, University Police are warning students to keep eyes on their belongings.
Granby residents on Saturday shared Dufresne Park with Massachusetts State Police conducting a training exercise.
A 73-year-old man was charged in Springfield this week after investigators allegedly found more than 100 child porn photos on a storage card…
22News was in Belchertown, Friday night, when the Select Board interviewed the final three candidates for the Police Chief.
It was a show of solidarity. 22News followed the UMass students as they took their message across the campus.
It’s one of the area’s largest cancer fundraisers. 22News went to UMass for Friday night’s Five College Relay for Life.
Mary Lambert was last seen nearly a month ago in downtown Northampton.
The warmer weather signaled the apple trees to begin budding sooner. But our recent cold-spell is now hurting those buds.
This Sunday on 22News InFocus we’ll be discussing what’s being done to make sure our communities are secure and how first responders are pre…
A finalist for Belchertown’s new Police Chief has been accused of hazing a police academy student in an ongoing lawsuit.
Michelle Carter’s attorney says her messages to Conrad Roy, III were protected speech, and didn’t necessarily lead to his death.
Northampton restaurant workers gathered Thursday night to discuss what they’re calling “wage theft.”
Jeffrey Torres of Holyoke is not expected to be in court Friday while his case is discussed.
Children’s Advocacy Center is that safe place where children can tell their story as health professionals and state agencies listen.
22News show you how Umass Amherst train to deal with a bacterial emergency
No injuries were reported in the accident at Czelusniak et Dugal on Walnut Street late Thursday morning.
UMass Amherst has proposed a plan to increase student diversity after yet another incident involving hateful graffiti on campus.
The university is offering $250-million to students at all of their campuses, the most ever offered in university history.
The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts announced that a plan is in the works to end hunger.
Police in the eastern Hampshire County town of Ware have criticized the disruption of AT&T cell phone service in their town.