A new report found Americans still agree on many issues, regardless of their party affiliation or religious beliefs.
Similar to past years, we’ve experienced very warm temperatures this summer. 22News explains how hot it was across the globe in 2015.
A 32 year-old Vermont resident was arrested following the stop on Interstate 91 northbound in Greenfield.
No buildings have gone up just yet, but there is a lot of important work being done underground.
If college were to become free, however, lawmakers would still have to deal with the issue of those still paying-off student debt.
Agawam Mayor Richard Cohen says that there has been “intense interest” in the sale.
Residents worry about Grandmother’s Garden after finding the park is being vandalized since people have come to catch Pokemon.
August is typically a difficult month for food pantries, but the need is great, especially with children home from school.
You have the same chance of being involved in an accident talking on a phone as driving under the influence of alcohol.
Cheaper crude oil prices will help you save on the cost of heating your home this winter if you buy at the right time.
Littering continues to be a problem in one popular swimming area in Greenfield. 22News found out what the town is doing to make it a cleaner…
Grease fires can occur if your grill hasn’t been cleaned properly but there is something you can do to help keep the flames at bay.
22News explains how the dry weather this summer is affecting the mosquito population in western Massachusetts.
A Holyoke man was recognized by the Boston Celtics organization for dedicating hundreds of hours helping others.
The electronic device helps children to get their messages across, even if they sometimes struggle to do so verbally.
Books will be available at several locations throughout the city during the month of August.
The “Celebrate Your Freedom” convention is being held at the Eastern States Exposition through Saturday.
Foreclosures are on the rise in Massachusetts. 22News explains what is causing the increase.
Ryan O’Donell and Marlene Morin will run against each other in a special city council election on August 4th.
Chicopee Electric Light crews are working to fix the outage in the Montcalm Street area.