The weekend of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is usually one of the busiest for ski areas, but have recent warm temperatures had an effect?
Fans were happy to have an early game on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, and were on the edges of their seats for the amazingly close game.
More than $200,000 was raised during Big Y’s month-long “Partners of Hope” program.
The Neighbors Helping Neighbors pantry relies on the generosity of South Hadley residents in this important annual drive.
22News is working for you to find out how people have been feeling about the warmer temperatures
Small businesses in Northampton have been offering three-day shopping events and deals.
This handsome fellow is 7 years old and – like some big dogs – thinks he’s a lap dog!
The U.S. Department of Labor grants will fund research and evaluation into topics that will provide insight into labor policies.
The clerk told police that the suspect, who was armed with a handgun, stole merchandise and then ran out of the store.
A part of the roadway is down to a single lane, with eastbound and westbound traffic alternating.
Belchertown police said if you receive a friend request from someone you’re already friends with, be suspicious.
By the time the school closed abruptly in 2013, they had already collected more than $30 million in federal student aid.
Here is a look at what is open and closed in western Massachusetts on January 16, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
The Department of education is forgiving thousands of education loans, after a school lied to students, scheming them out of millions.
It’s not clear what caused the accident, as of right now there’s been no charges or citations issued.
The man lost control of his vehicle at the intersection of Glendale Road and Main Street and crashed into the nearby cemetery.
So far this year, western Mass received 14 and half inches of snow, compared to just 17 inches last winter.
Western Massachusetts is hardly one month in winter and potholes are appearing everywhere.
You don’t have to be from Holyoke to receive recognition from the Holyoke St. Patrick’s parade committee.
All that remains is for the governor to set the date naming the courthouses in honor of the two western Massachusetts judges.