For the past ten years, hundreds of people have filled Officer Mark Kenney’s backyard in West Springfield to support his son.
Many men and women gathered at the Lenox American Saw company grounds in East Longmeadow for the event.
The homeless came in off the street to enjoy turkey dinner courtesy of Kate’s kitchen volunteers.
Over the years, the homeless have been joined by families and other individuals to enjoy their Thanksgiving meal.
Athol High School had an early lead, but had to withstand a 22-point rally by Mahar to extend their Thanksgiving winning streak.
Franklin County Tech secured another win against Pioneer Valley Regional in their Thanksgiving rivalry, beating the Panthers 34 to 24.
Free guided hikes are being offered at five state parks on Friday for the Department of Conservation’s annual “Go Green on Black Friday.”
First Congregational church in Amherst continued its more than 30 year tradition of feeding members of the homeless community.
Here are the scores from high school football games around western Massachusetts- scores will be updated as they come in.
Some tips from the Springfield Water and Sewer Commission on how to dispose of your holiday leftovers.
22News Storm Team Meteorologist Nick Bannin gives us a look at our snow chances for the rest of the year.
The pilot of a plane that had taken off from the Pittsfield airport died when that plane crashed Wednesday night in Vermont.
The annual race helps fund Thanksgiving dinners at the Springfield Open Pantry.
A complete list of every high school Thanksgiving football game in Western Massachusetts, and when they start.
22News is Working For You with a listing of what times local malls and major stores will be open for Black Friday shoppers.
In addition to hosting a community Thanksgiving dinner, the Knights and their volunteers will deliver meals to shut-ins.
Ludlow Police seized more than 125 pounds of marijuana and more than $11,000 in cash when they raided a suspected “grow house.”
Hundreds of students, parents and alumni were in the crowd to cheer their local teams.
The Military Order of the Purple Heart Western Massachusetts Chapter 875 conducted it’s annual JFK memorial ceremony on Wednesday.
At Samuel’s in Springfield, they scheduled more cocktail servers than they usually do for normal weekend night staffing.