Hundreds gathered at the Three Rivers Common in the town of Palmer for a visit from Santa and a tree lighting.
Toys for Tots will end on December 11th, 22News hopes to see you bring a new gift to add to the lobby.
22News explains why we haven’t seen any snow yet.
Nancy Lefebvre was chosen Sunday to lead the sizable Springfield contingent in the Holyoke St. Patrick’s parade in March.
Santa made an early Christmas drop-off Sunday to the Gray House in Springfield with the help of the Iron Horse House Motorcycle Riders.
Warren’s town meeting attracted a large crowd, including professionals at the Rebecca Johnson School in Springfield.
Chicopee police are alerting residents near Westover to not be alarmed if they hear loud explosion sounds.
Nearly 6,000 participants crossed the finish line after running through downtown Northampton, to promote freedom from violence.
Students living in Scanlon Hall had to evacuate their dorms after a bomb threat around 2:30 Sunday morning.
The Massachusetts Medical Society voted to adopt a neutral position on medical aid in dying.
The concert was held at Faith United Church in Springfield where artists from the Pioneer Valley came together to support the cause.
Hundreds were on hand to honor a new group of sister queens who best represent the community and show leadership in the city.
A contemporary Native American art exhibit offered enjoyment for visitors looking to learn more about the culture.
Main Street in Northampton was shut down Saturday night as people enjoyed music, food, face painting, puppets, and even a magic show.
Wiernasz was the Assignment Editor at 22News and worked for the company for nearly 42 years.
Hunger is a serious issue here in western Massachusetts. So much so that frequent food drives are a necessity.
22News takes a closer look back at how much rain and snow we should have gotten by now, and how it might have affected some businesses.
Springfield’s Forest Park community came together Saturday for a Christmas party hosted by the neighborhood’s C3 Police unit.
22News spoke with drivers who are relieved its finally open, after being closed for nearly a month and a half.
Generous families spent part of their Saturday dropping off toys for tots children’s gifts here at the 22News lobby.