More than 38 million Americans are expected to be on the road this holiday weekend.
The president of Williams College says he is stepping down to lead a philanthropic nonprofit group in New York.
District Attorney Anthony Gulluni says that they have dismantled a major heroin trafficking operation in Hampden County.
Happy Valley Compassion Center is opening up a medical marijuana shop on route 9.
The school was hoping to use the money to fund two new positions and buy more supplies for students.
More than 200 hundred people came out to see Shea debut his new film “Grey Lady,” at the Basketball Hall of Fame.
The award’s are given to high school students who demonstrate extraordinary leadership, through their “Take-Action” projects.
You may love to watch fireworks on the Fourth of July, but chances are your dog probably don’t.
The goal of the campaign is to reduce deaths and injuries from home fires by 25 percent over the next four years.
Wilbraham police said they received calls about the 3 car accident around 6 p.m. Thursday night.
The mosquito sample was collected in the Town of Richmond, Berkshire County, on June 27.
In 2013, seven year old Michael Ryan was hit and killed by a dump truck at this intersection.
The 22News I-Team keys in on one battle involving how towns would be able to deny retail pot shops.
In 2010, Zack Sawyer contacted two 13-year-old boys in Hampshire County using X-Box Live and asked them for nude pictures.
Heriberto “Herbie” Flores, who leads the New England Farm Workers’ Council, is a prominent figure in local business and politics.
Local police agree with lawmakers who said passing this bill could potentially save lives.
It remains unknown whether it was a power strip or the pilot light of the stove itself that ignited items on the stovetop.
Country’s breakout star, Cam, is performing at The Big E’s xfinity arena, Friday, Sept. 22 at 8pm. The show is free with gate admission.
The tech world is wishing a happy birthday to the iPhone. 22News took a look at the smartphone’s transformation over the last decade.
A week-long summer camp at a farm in Ashfield is teaching Springfield elementary school students how to be farmers.