A Sunderland man is accused of threatening to carry out a Columbine-like school shooting at a local school in Franklin County the past week.
An unattended passenger vehicle rolled across Boston Road and crashed through a glass and aluminum door at the Wilbraham Fire Station.
The owner and three workers at the “Fresh and So Clean” clothing store in Springfield were arrested after a drug raid.
A man accused of making methamphetamine out of a portable laboratory in Athol has been ordered held on $50,000 cash bail.
Massachusetts will not implement mandatory Ebola quarantines. 22News explains whether state lawmakers agree with that call.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, 22News is working for you with information on detecting and preventing breast cancer.
October is breast cancer awareness month. 22News found out why some feel raising awareness is an important part to finding a cure.
A 22News follow-up. A West Springfield girls volleyball coach has been reinstated.
Advocates for the homeless from across Massachusetts have gathered in Springfield for a conference.
If you drove, parked, and walked in to pick up your food, does the person who packaged your meal deserve compensation?
More than two million dollars in investments for parks, open space and recreation improvements for western Massachusetts today.
Construction crews are back in Northampton this week to finish parts of a railroad crossing to prepare for the new high-speed rail.
It’s been a long thirteen months for the owner and customers of East Auto Service in Ludlow.
Two families selected by Pioneer Valley Habitat for Humanity were welcomed at the construction site of their new homes on Monday.
A new track and field is now open for residents at the Southwick-Tolland Regional High School.
22News explains whether those who vet Massachusetts judges think a performance review should be in place.
Fluffy is one of many baby bunnies who arrived at Dakin as part of a large family. She’s only 1 month old, but ready to go home with a new f…