The benefit performance fills the stage with award winning performers, many of whom got their start at the Dunbar Community Center.
Families from all over Hampshire County accepted the invitation to see what makes the fire department tick.
22News is working for you with why the glorious change of colors might be delayed this season.
Families living at the Robinson Gardens apartments now have their own garden both for food and to help beautify the neighborhood.
It’s a weekend festival for the city of Holyoke. They celebrated what’s new and what’s traditional for the paper city.
A national wellness campaign is bringing attention to America’s mental illness crisis.
Firefighters rescued three people and their cat by ladder from their second floor apartment at 44 Orange Street in Springfield.
Two UMass Amherst researchers have received a $2.2 million federal grant to figure out just how much physical activity kids get.
The Southwick Fire Department is asking for the community’s efforts to help bring back Marshall.
Better fire safety, including checking and maintaining smoke detectors and practicing safe heating can be key in saving lives.
The goal of National Day to Change Direction is to try and combat the devastating suicide and mental illness statistic.
The National Guard will soon begin testing groundwater. 22News is in Westfield with information about where this will take place.
After two cases ended in a mistrial, a third trial has led to a conviction of Cara Rintala for the 2010 strangling death of her wife.
Police officers will now have more tools to fight the opioid epidemic in western Massachusetts. 22News explains this new policy.
22News spoke with local parents and found out how our smartphones are helping us from being part of the statistic.
Police shutdown an alleged marijuana growing operation in a house on Taft Road in Chester this week.
A man and woman from Vermont were arrested in the Franklin County town of Bernardston, early Friday morning, after a traffic stop.
A Montague man was sentenced on Friday in U.S. District Court for filing false income taxes with his restaurant from 2008 to 2012.
The identities of a man killed during a home invasion in Orange, as well as his wife who was severely injured, have been revealed.
Police are still looking into what caused the driver to lose control of his car; crashing into trees, causing the vehicle to roll over.