Investigators are hoping that new testing could help lead to the identification of a woman known only as “Jane Doe” or “Annie Doe.”
Ware Police arrested two men on Monday after they were allegedly caught with heroin.
As prom season approaches, police are reminding parents it’s illegal to serve alcohol to their children’ friends.
Town Administrator Michael Sullivan said the non-binding referendum questions are similar to polls of the town voters.
Monson Police investigated a car accident on Lower Hampden Road, Tuesday afternoon, which sent two people to the hospital.
It was another warm day on April 11th, even hot! 22News saw how people were out enjoying this early spring warm up on Tuesday.
Chicopee police and firefighters were called in after a car crashed into a house on Newbury Street Tuesday.
Northampton police officers said they will continue to aggressively enforce the OUI law.
Authorities say she was captured on video at her day care center in July 2015 kicking the boy.
It’s finders keepers for the couple who found a domesticated goose wandering around Greenfield last month.
As the weather warms up, more coyotes are being seen throughout western Massachusetts.
We have had a sunny past few days, but we’ve seen plenty of rain so far this month. So why are we still at risk for brush fires?
They are looking into where ticks are most numerous, and what kind of diseases the insects are carrying.
22News explains why local government officials are concerned about the future of federal funding for Massachusetts
1 in every 68 children is diagnosed with autism and while there are many resources, some parents say even more are needed.
Locals have been enjoying the sight of water rushing over the Holyoke Dam, thanks to a series of heavy rain and snow storms.
The big piece of advice firefighters told 22News on preventing brush fires is to be careful with your cigarettes!
The amount of funding for programs serving at-risk youth is expected to decline in the next fiscal year.
The record warmth has melted the snow and helped dry out the ground at many farms in western Massachusetts.
Defendants who can’t afford to pay fines or fees would instead be able to perform community service, under Baker’s proposal.