The taking of downtown properties for the Elm St. redevelopment plan have been approved.
The Chesterfield Police and Fire departments were called to help a raccoon in a tree with a jar stuck on its head.
22News Storm Team Meteorologist Nick Bannin explains what will make for a big, abrupt change in our weather pattern.
The steep roadway, which connects Easthampton and Holyoke, is often shut down during inclement weather.
Do you know whether your children are using drugs? A new exhibit aims to show you what to look out for.
Massachusetts State Police said traffic is able to pass by the overturned tractor trailer.
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Winds will start to bring milder air into the lower Pioneer Valley, but it won’t stay for long; Plowable snow expected Thursday.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for all of western Massachusetts until 7:00 a.m.
Springfield Narcotic Detectives raided a home on Standish Street, Tuesday night, and found bags of heroin with the logo “Clean Money”.
The 22News I-Team reveals the dangers, why they’re happening and who pays to fix it.
Holyoke City Council received a special permit application from GTI Massachusetts to open a marijuana cultivation facility on Appleton St.
Police found several explosive devices near the Lower Mill Pond in Easthampton over the weekend; some devices had been detonated.
Holyoke Police need the public’s help in identifying several suspects who allegedly stole from the Sunglass Hut at the Holyoke Mall.
The Greater Springfield Convention and Visitors Bureau and the EDC of Western Mass. collaborated to create this new brand for the area.
Trivia buffs were given the chance to test their skills Tuesday night and help out a good cause in Springfield.
Seek alternate routes during closures along East Columbus Avenue and Boland Way in Springfield this week,
The National Weather Service issued a Winter Weather Advisory and Winter Storm Watch for all of western Massachusetts on Tuesday.
Montague’s Board of Selectmen approved a referendum to allow residents to vote on whether to change the high school nickname.
Amherst’s town charter allows the vote to go back into the hands of the residents, most likely this March.