Three members in the Water Division of the DPW attended a training at Town Hall that concentrated on the new software program.
If you wake up one morning and find several pink flamingo lawn ornaments adorning your yard, be aware, you’ve been flocked.
Sheriff Nick Cocchi told 22News a psychological profile for each prisoner helps determine if that person’s in danger of harming themselves.
Deerfield police said a resident called to report that a person claiming to be an Eversource contractor was trying to get inside their home.
Hampshire County improved from a failing grade to a “C” in the American Lung Association’s “State of the Air” report.
People are already taking ticks off their dogs in western Mass. 22News found out what you can do to keep the ticks off you and your pets.
Teenagers from the Holyoke Boys and Girls Club passed their computer skills on to soldiers home residents.
A man who had an active warrant out for his arrest was caught Tuesday night at the Walmart Supercenter in Ware.
Restaurants in the City of Springfield hope to benefit from the city’s 3rd Annual Restaurant Week.
A summer youth jobs program is back again. 22News was in Hampshire County to find out how this program will get teens jobs.
Crews began construction on the $55-million state of the art complex located on Cottage Street in Springfield.
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Police dogs and the State Police Air Wing were involved in the search for the missing teenager in Greenfield Tuesday night.
Holyoke Police arrested a man from Springfield on Monday after he was allegedly seen stumbling around on Lincoln Street.
22News went to Mount Tom on Tuesday and found a lot of people who were hiking the hill, and hadn’t really prepared for the experience.
If you think you’re paying too much at the pump, you may not realize how much of your total is gas tax.
Longmeadow Town Manager said the town is working with the Federal Railroad Administration and MassDOT to improve safety on the tracks.
The man allegedly jumped over the counter of a hotel on Riverdale Street and assaulted the clerk.
Pittsfield police say that a gun was thrown from the car after the driver sped away from the traffic stop.
One city councilor is working to write an ordinance that would allow outdoor fireplaces to be in yards without the potential for a fine.