The Hampshire College President announced this week that neither the American flag nor any other flags will be flown on campus.
When medical marijuana first became legal in 2013, New England Treatment Access or ‘NETA’ was the area’s first dispensary to open.
This week on 22News InFocus we’ll be discussing hunger and homelessness in Western Massachusetts and the resources available to help people …
22News is working to keep you safe by joining forces with the American Red Cross on their Home Fire Campaign.
The 22News I-Team reveals if police departments in western Massachusetts are making sure their confiscated cash hasn’t disappeared.
The newest U.S. Drought monitor came Thursday and the extreme drought area now includes more of western Massachusetts.
Some Northampton residents think a “Hate Free Zone” resolution is exactly what the city needs.
There’s an alarming new report about addiction across the country, and it may affect your perception of substance abuse.
UMass Amherst is one of the many places where events were held Thursday to encourage people to quit, or never start smoking to begin with.
Highland Valley Elder Services provides Meals on Wheels to 400 seniors in 24 Hampshire and Hampden County communities.
Craig’s Place in Amherst may have to close during the cold months of winter due to funding.
The suspect shown in the photo is accused of stealing from the Target store in Hadley multiple times.
There won’t be any enforceable policy, but a “hate free zone” resolution would remind residents that hate is unacceptable in Northampton.
UMass Amherst campus police, and student and staff volunteers inspected the campus Wednesday night for safety problems.
UMass was one of many college campuses across the country demanding protection for undocumented and refugee students and staff.
An emotional rally for immigrant rights was organized on the Amherst College campus on Wednesday.
It was about 7:45 Monday morning when a man in a van approached a student in the area of School Street and Clarke Avenue, near the Center El…
The suspect did not show a weapon during the hold-up at the PeoplesBank on Newton Street Tuesday afternoon.
The drought has dropped the Quabbin Reservoir. 22News is working for you with what this means for some towns.
Wearing red shirts, Belchertown teachers walked into their school buildings together, to draw attention to stalled contract negotiations.