Citizens for a Palmer Rail Stop and the Town Council met for the second time this year to talk about passenger trains stopping in Palmer.
A Twitter account is stirring fears, reporting clown sightings across the country, and Monday night on college campuses.
Parent Company Newell Brands announced on Tuesday that they are going to sell the vast majority of their Tools Segment.
Springfield Firefighters were able to quickly put out a fire at the Smith & Wesson building, early Tuesday evening, on Roosevelt Avenue.
The cremated remains of military veterans were finally placed in a new columbarium on Tuesday after being held in storage for months.
The Belchertown Police Department is now offering a free smartphone app, targeted towards keeping the community safe.
High school students from across the county Tuesday night kicked off this year’s Youth Advisory Board.
The Boston Celtics played against the Philadelphia 76ers in a preseason game Tuesday night at the Mullins Center at UMass Amherst.
The probe did reveal “considerable evidence” that Amherst’s fans acted inappropriately while cheering for their team but not racially.
The 22News Storm Team is continuing to track the path of Hurricane Matthew.
Gov. Baker visited Holyoke H.S. to assess progress after the state took control. 22News spoke with students about the changes they’ve seen.
Your tax money is helping keep domestic violence victims safe. 22News explains how the YWCA will use that money.
A group of nurses are raising concerns about proposed new regulations that they say could lead to medical errors.
Firefighters were able to quickly put out a house fire, Tuesday afternoon, in the Feeding Hills section of Agawam.
Elevated lead levels were discovered in the drinking water at the Amherst Middle School.
Jurors will be able to consider a manslaughter charge, instead of just first or second degree murder.
Bear sightings continue in residential areas across western Massachusetts.
Westfield Police have been investigating recent rental schemes that have cost possible tenants thousands of dollars.
Governor Charlie Baker visited western Massachusetts Tuesday to talk to students headed for college.
The proposed school would combine the existing Fort River and Wildwood schools under one roof.