One person was taken to the hospital following the crash at Pine and Central Streets.
Belchertown police say that the driver went off the road and crossed several lawns before smashing into the house.
The school committee in Turners Falls is trying to determine whether a high school nickname should be changed.
22News is working for you with what else you need to change besides your clocks this weekend
22News has been working on this campaign for over 20 years and will be collecting toys starting the Monday after Thanksgiving.
22News is working for you with why we are feeling the 60s in November and how long it lasts.
22News explains how charter schools are performing in the urban communities of Massachusetts.
The farm converts more than 10,000 tons of manure and 20,000 tons of food waste into renewable energy.
F-15 aircraft may occasionally takeoff and land in non-standard directions during the exercise.
You will now be able to get a season pass for Bright Nights at Forest Park for the first time ever.
The new power plant will provide energy to critical Baystate facilities in the event of a local power loss.
Eric Rosa was named Springfield’s Veteran of the Year during a ceremony at Springfield City Hall.
An army veteran has started a special march to Boston to raise awareness for vets with PTSD.
Springfield. Holyoke, Pittsfield, South Hadley, and Palmer will all consider whether to adopt the Community Preservation Act (CPA).
Barnes and Westover have survived military cuts in the past, but will a new President and administration be looking to overhaul the defense …
Public demand for police body cameras is at all-time high. The 22News I-Team reveals why few local police departments have body cameras.
The state launched a new website to help you compare electricity supply rates. 22News found out how you can explore cheaper options.
Springfield Police arrested two men and are searching for a third, who are suspected of a crime spree in Massachusetts and Connecticut.
The victim of Monday night’s stabbing in Turners Falls suffered knife wounds to the head, face, and arm.
The layoffs impact more than 10 offices, including the company’s headquarters on State Street in Springfield.