Those who knew Bill Putnam well, and those who just grew up watching him on TV are fondly remembering the television pioneer.
The City of Holyoke is lowering flags to half-staff and holding a vigil to mark 15 years since the killing of Officer John DiNapoli.
The first high-speed train trip through western Mass. will make stops Monday in Springfield, Holyoke, Northampton, and Greenfield.
Knocking down the old baggage building next to the main terminal is considered critical to the Union Station rehabilitation project.
Massachusetts residents needing health insurance coverage beginning January 1st, need to sign up using the Health Connector website by Decem…
No one from Berkshire, Hampshire, or Franklin Counties was named to Gov-elect Baker’s 175-member transition team.
The deadline is approaching for Gov. Patrick to sign non-controversial bills into law. 22News explains the legislative process during the ho…
A new state grant is designed to get rid of abandoned housing that has become a neighborhood problem, as well as save Westover on energy.
The National Association of Police Organizations is warning police officers to be extremely vigilant
According to the American Red Cross, they assisted more people affected by home fires than all other disasters combined.
Office supply chain Staples says nearly 1.2 million customer payment cards may have been exposed during a security breach this year.
Health New England donated $10,000 to the Soldier’s Home of Holyoke on Monday.
It’s one of the busiest days of the year for delivery companies. 22News found out what they’re doing to ensure you get your gifts on time.
Gas prices are the lowest they’ve been in more than five years. 22News found out how cheaper prices at the pump are affecting spending.
Peanut has a moderate-to-high energy level and enjoys leisurely walks, couch warming, snuggling, agility, hiking and fetching.
“We definitely get the short end of the stick in western Mass. for sure, and don’t see anywhere near the funding towns on the other side of …
Following a budget cut by Governor Patrick, seven teachers will be laid off on January 23, 2015.