The question of how to pay for a proposed natural gas pipeline across Massachusetts has some lawmakers concerned about consumers.
A section of Appleton Street in Holyoke was closed for hours as police investigated the shooting.
Dozens gathered in Springfield Sunday to discuss the current opiate epidemic that is affecting not only western Mass. but the nation.
According to Mass D-O-Ts website, the I-91 project is ahead of schedule, but drivers still have nearly 3 years until the project is fully co…
Governor Charlie Baker has declared the month of April as distracted driving awareness month.
Global warming became a non-denominational issue Sunday in Western Massachusetts house of worship community.
The Chicopee high school class of 2016 has rallied behind a young woman whose life has been impacted by brain cancer.
Sex, marriage, and family life were among the topics Pope Francis wrote about in the recent document he released to the public.
Students gave their hair to an important cause. They had their hair buzzed off raising thousands in donations.
22News was there for the Helping Hearts for Hadley schools to see the first runners cross the finish line
Police have identified the 15-year-old girl who was shot and killed in Springfield’s North End Thursday night.
New lane and exit closures on I-91 and I-291 are about to start Sunday night.
After a string of robberies on the campus of UMASS, University Police are warning students to keep eyes on their belongings.
It was a night of music in Holyoke, as the U.S. Coast Guard Band put on a show at the Holyoke War Memorial.
Now, dozens of candles and flowers fill the front steps. Some of the victim’s friends stopped by to sign messages outside the door.
One person has been hospitalized as a result of an accident on a busy street in Springfield.
The newly created hall of fame reads like those who of Westfield State graduates, who made their mark from the FBI to the state police.
Police received a call of gunshots fired in the area of Sargeant and Walnut Streets Saturday afternoon.
UMass Amherst was the jumping-off point for the Western Massachusetts Relay for Life walkathons, raising money for cancer research.
The Holyoke Mall food court was treated to a burst of theatrical energy Saturday afternoon.