Drought conditions continue to linger across parts of western Massachusetts.
The election of the 45th President of the United States has brought on a strong emotional response for many Americans.
22News got an exclusive interview with Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno, who was fired up about the violent incidents that occurred Saturday …
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The 15th annual show put on by the Bernardston-Gill-Leyden snowmobile club attracted winter sports fans from all over New England.
22News found out how much a new parish center will mean to the community supporting their church.
Veterans from Hampshire county Sunday have a message for whoever’s responsible for setting that American flag afire at Hampshire College.
Detective Jennifer Sattler told 22News the boy was found by police early Sunday morning, and an effort to identify his parents is underway.
With the legalization of recreational marijuana, some people are concerned about people getting high and then driving.
Western Massachusetts residents are wondering how state lawmakers plan to implement and enforce the new marijuana law.
In an extremely close vote, Amherst residents have approved a ballot question that will raise taxes for a new $67 million elementary school.
The President of Hampshire College is apologizing for his students Saturday night after someone burned the American flag on campus.
Nearly 100 people donated more than 350 pieces of furniture, small appliances and dishes
The Rotary club also financially assists the food bank of western Massachusetts along with big brothers and big sisters.
Many young people were recognized Saturday for their hard work in giving Springfield residents access to healthy, fresh food.
Delivery of the first of the U.S. Marines Toys for Tots donations to the 22News lobby will start on November 28th.
Southwick honored the military service of its men and women with its traditional parade through the center of town.
A home was shot up, a car lit on fire, and police were lead on a chase through Springfield early this morning.
Five men from Springfield who lost their lives in Vietnam are being paid a special tribute Saturday.
An annual 5K walk and run is making sure that the mission to support veterans extends beyond one day a year.