Many residents of Westhampton spent their Thanksgiving holiday without electricity, following Wednesday’s storm.
One hundred forty two twinkling, decorated Christmas Trees are on display at Tower Square, all for a very worthy cause.
Back in 1935, the Blake brothers began selling ice cream cones for five cents at the first Friendly’s. Now, that price is temporarily back!
Tweety Bird, Smokey the Bear, the Cat in the Hat, and more provided fun and excitement along Main Street for the Parade of the Big Balloons.
The state’s highest court will decide whether or not a law banning private citizens from possessing stun guns violates the 2nd Amendment.
Shoppers crowded the stores early for the big Black Friday sales, but things remained busy into the afternoon.
For the 23rd year, families lined Main Street in downtown Springfield to watch giant inflatables, marching bands, and Santa Claus himself.
A former Berkshire County Jail guard had up to $300,000 worth of drugs inside his Pittsfield home, prosecutors say.
Crews working to restore power for more than 4,000 local utility customers encountered new difficulties Friday.
Many shoppers came into the West Springfield Kohl’s store with a battle plan for doorbusters and other advertised sales.
Many Massachusetts retailers have already opened their doors to Black Friday shoppers.
The State Fire Marshal is trying to figure out what caused a Thanksgiving night fire that severely damaged a Chicopee pizzeria.
State police say they’ll conduct a training exercise at the Statehouse in Boston this weekend, and the public shouldn’t worry.
Wednesday’s snow storm left a lot of damage behind. 22News visited some of the homes hit hardest by the pre-Thanksgiving Day storm.
What better way to kick-off your Thanksgiving than with a classic football rivalry
The Greenfield Green Wave football team hosted the Turners Falls Indians at Greenfield High School Thursday morning.
22News is working for you with the scores from some of Thursday’s Thanksgiving Day high school football games.