If you’re not a fan of summer heat, this has not been your year.
On Sunday, John Thompson began a week-long hike, in which he intends to include each of the highest mountains in News England.
For three days, an annual Italian festival hosted by the Catholic American Cultural organization offers all sorts of family fun and entertai…
At least one man was hospitalized after a fire on Chicopee street in Chicopee Saturday evening.
With the dew point in the 60s and 70s and high levels of heat and humidity, Western Massachusetts had been anticipating the heavy rainfall a…
The new Springfield plaza owners hope sidewalk sales and giveaways help spotlight what the new owner described as big changes in this venera…
South Holyoke residents and community leaders took back their streets Saturday, by organizing a cleanup day.
The 3rd annual Jazz and Roots Festival in downtown Springfield is very clearly an eagerly awaited event.
At approximately 2:45 a Massachusetts State Trooper was in the area of Route 291 eastbound in the area of St. James Avenue in Springfield.
It was a long overdue, but warm welcome home for the region’s Vietnam War veterans.
Peace activists are gathering around Massachusetts in solemn remembrances of the dropping of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima.
Several fire departments were sent to Northampton, Friday night, to put out a fire that spread to two buildings and was burning out of contr…
Governor Baker signed a new law, setting tougher regulations for ride-sharing services. 22News found out how this affects your ride.
A tree-sized branch came down across one half of Leona Ave. in Chicopee, Friday night, taking down wires and causing a power outage.
Police said that a father and son duo chased down someone that broke into their home and detained him until police arrived.
Massachusetts DPH announced that the West Nile Virus was found in mosquito samples collected in two Hampden County cities.
For the past 26 years, “Wally” the alligator has been living in western Massachusetts, and his former owner wants him back.
A 24 year-old woman from Buckland was killed when her pickup truck collided with a dump truck carrying asphalt.
Organized crime is growing in the United States, but not with the crime families many of us know about.
A search of a South Boulevard home last week has some people in town feeling a little worried.