People are gathering at St. Anthony’s Maronite Catholic Church to view the healing relic and pray.
Sixteen former employees of the private Great Barrington school for children with disabilities have now been charged in the case.
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A porch collapsed underneath a firefighter as he was working to put out a fire at a multi-family home in Indian Orchard Wednesday.
Western Mass. hockey player will get a chance to represent his country at the International Ice Hockey Federation World Championship.
Longmeadow Police were called to the Silver Birch Rd. area in Longmeadow Tuesday after a bear was caught eating from a bird feeder.
In a follow up investigation, 22News found out what’s causing increasing numbers of unvaccinated children in western Massachusetts.
The future is still uncertain for 2 Hampden County middle schools, but school leaders moved one step closer Tuesday to finding an answer.
A Northampton middle-school art teacher has been accused of sexually assaulting and harassing a co-worker. 22News spoke with the Superintend…
A missing license plate light led state police to the arrest of three Vermont residents on drug charges during a traffic stop in Greenfield.
The Holyoke City Council is back up to full strength after the council elected Diosdado Lopez to fill a vacant seat Tuesday night.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development awarded nearly $8-million on Tuesday to stop homelessness in Massachusetts.
Chicopee teenagers and parents Tuesday night learned about the dangers opioids pose to the developing brain.
A very special graduation ceremony Tuesday night for 5 members of the “Men’s New Life” Rehabilitation Program.
A local fundraiser generates thousands for local organizations and scholarships.
22News first showed you Sarah Hastings’ one-room house last January, and now she might be homeless by the end of the week.
About 2,000 people signed the petition to show their opposition to a proposal to breed rattlesnakes on Mt. Zion Island.
Opiate addiction is spanning generations, from prescription medications to heroin, and it could be someone you know.
The Major Crimes Unit is requesting the assistance of the public in identifying the suspect.
The Springfield Parking Authority’s Executive Director resigned Monday, less than 2 years into the job. 22News found out why she’s leaving.