Storm brings huge waves to Scituate, Massachusetts.
Officials warn floodwaters in Lynn, Massachusetts contains sewage and industrial waste.
You can enjoy some delicious food and wine while helping to raise money for scholarships.
Looking for a new book to read this fall?
Parents of students at Amherst Regional Middle School are complaining about a speaker the school brought in.
While we often talk about women with breast cancer, 22News explains how it can also affect men.
One person remains in the hospital following a weekend crash in Amherst, and the driver is facing several charges including operating under …
22News found out what exactly the Ebola virus is and how we can stay healthy.
At one restaurant in New Jersey, you can save 10% off your bill, just by giving up your phone for the meal; but it’s too much of a sacrifice…
Residents of the Northampton village of Florence are intensely proud of their community.
A Freeze Warning is in effect from 2 a.m. to 10 a.m. Monday for Franklin County. A Frost Advisory is in effect from 2 a.m. to 9 a.m. Monday …
Despite the rain, dozens of people gathered at Millside Park in Easthampton tonight to raise awareness for impaired driving.
Visitors brought their own apples from one of the many orchards in western Massachusetts.
You may know the rules of the road when it comes to driving, but what about when riding a bicycle?
Changes in industry demand are being blamed for nearly two dozen job cuts at an Easthampton manufacturing plant.
A local credit union has started a rewards program aimed at helping the local economy. 22News explains how it works.
A new food waste ban went into effect this week requiring all business that produce more than one ton of garbage per week to recycle that wa…
Cooley Dickinson Hospital hosted a stroke prevention seminar to teach people ways to lower their risk for stroke.
22News has new information on a story we first brought you on Tuesday about a UMass student who died of a heroin overdose.
Veterans and seniors living in Northampton may be eligible for up to $1,000 off their property taxes.
Healthcare experts from all four counties in western Massachusetts gathered for a healthcare summit at UMass in Amherst.