Wednesday night, 22News will have special live team coverage from the communities hit hardest by the June 1, 2011 tornado.
Students at one Franklin County school received a unique lesson in driving safety Tuesday morning.
An Amherst center for environmental learning is getting a big boost from the state in their effort to build a facility to strict standards.
After decades of being in business in Holyoke, Haberman Hardware is closing its doors.
It’s been a tough season for people with allergies. 22News is working for you with how much longer allergy season might be.
Drivers were told to avoid a section of Roosevelt Street in Hadley, after a car struck a utility pole there early Tuesday afternoon.
Gateway is using less processed food, now called “clean” food in the cafeteria, and trying to lower sodium and fat levels, and use more prod…
The team visited 70 classrooms across the city, reviewed binders full of documents, and met with the School Committee, parents, teachers, an…
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We now know the name of a 55 year-old Florence resident whose body was recovered from Damon Pond Sunday night.
A body found in the Connecticut River in Gill could be the suspect from a murder in Plymouth.
The break-in happened just before 1:30 a.m.
A man with an “extensive criminal record” was arrested after attempting to run away from police, and then allegedly fighting with them.
State Police Dive Team members and Gill Police recovered a decomposing man’s body from the Connecticut River in Gill, Monday night.
A man wanted in Ludlow for stealing a car with a child inside Sunday afternoon, was arrested the next day in Holyoke.
A man from Windsor was arrested Sunday morning, during a traffic stop in Greenfield. The passenger in the car had a “medical emergency.”
It took about 10 hours for crews to restore power in Ludlow, Monday morning, after an allegedly drunk driver hit a utility pole.
An assisted living and rehabilitation facility in Wilbraham may have lost its flagpole, but it’s not without a patriotic display.
After a woman struck a tree off the Mass Pike, causing her car to catch on fire, a trooper broke her car window and dragged her to safety.
It’s been 5 years since the June 1, 2011 tornado, and there’s still evidence of the destruction in Springfield’s South End.