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489 Hancock Street was condemned by the Inspectional Services Division in 2015.
The MassDOT will be holding four public meetings to provide information about what to expect as the toll booths are demolished.
Days after a deadly home invasion, a Franklin County community is still mourning, but two suspects are in custody Monday night.
There’s plans to construct a mosque for Muslim worshipers in the Town of East Longmeadow. 22News shows where it would be built
Holyoke Police shutdown the intersection of Dwight and Beech streets, Monday night, after two vehicles collided.
Massachusetts’ hazmat team was called to Chicopee, Monday night, to deal with a situation on Fuller Road.
Make sure to cover up your crops and bring in your plants, they’re in danger of dying from freezing temperatures expected Tuesday.
The two suspects arrested were allegedly residents in Chicopee and Springfield.
Police received a report of gunfire in the Willimansett neighborhood at around 4:00 Saturday morning.
The colors of our trees in western Massachusetts are finally turning those beautiful shades of red and orange.
While many people headed to popular vacation destinations this holiday weekend, others took advantage of Columbus Day sales.
The suspect that was arrested was allegedly shot on September 30 on Main Street early in the afternoon.
Local towns are celebrating Indigenous People’s Day instead of Columbus Day to honor Native Americans and not Christopher Columbus.
It’s finally starting to look like fall and feel like it. 22News is working for you with how to prepare when there is a freeze warning.
22News is working for you with why we can’t put our guard down for tropical storms just yet.
Leaf peepers come from all over the world to see the changing colors along the Mohawk Trail and other scenic routes.
The Pulaski Day Parade celebrates the accomplishments of Revolutionary War hero General Casimir Pulaski.
Hundreds of artists have been putting their work on display in Northampton all weekend long at the Paradise City Arts Festival.
The carousel, which dates back to the early 20th Century, draws people to Heritage State Park in downtown Holyoke.