Fire fighters say the best way to prevent a brush fire is to be proactive, and that starts right at home.
There were three finalists for the Belchertown Police Chief job. 22News was there when the Select Board announced their decision.
Hundreds across western Massachusetts came to Springfield on Friday to see an icon said to have miraculous healing powers.
Massachusetts could be spending as much as 8-million a year of tax payers dollars on incarcerating people for driving misdemeanors.
A combination of federal and Massachusetts holidays have extended the tax deadline to Midnight Tuesday.
Holyoke police are urging residents to register their pets in an effort to ensure the safety of residents and other pets.
Protesters want UMass to get rid of their investments in fossil fuel companies. 22News spoke with both the University and protesters.
Open burning season continues in certain western Mass. communities until May; conditions are right for fires to get out of control.
In 2014 payroll for base’s more than 3,000 military and civilian employees totaled 125 million. Over the past year that number has changed.
Two people are now facing larceny charges following a chase that crossed state lines.
A Springfield police officer is expected to be okay, after his car was involved in an accident while on the way to work Friday morning.
Top state officials are leading the opposition to keep recreational marijuana illegal in Massachusetts.
A Greenfield church believes spirituality can help stop addiction.
The U.S. Department of Education found that less than 20% of schools start classes at the recommended time of 8:30 or later.
Greenfield wrestler Elena Pirozkhova has qualified for the Summer Olympic Games. This is her second chance going for the gold.
The weather pattern known as El Nino that we’ve heard so much about lately is changing.
The mild and dry spring weather we’ve been experiencing is allowing people to work outside.
22News is working for you with with when you’ll be able to buy, cut and cook one of western Massachusetts most famous vegetables.
Business owners say they have many positions open but not enough qualified applicants to fill those jobs.
April 15 has been declared “One Boston Day,” a time to honor the victims through acts of kindness and charity.