Western Massachusetts finally got much needed rainfall after such a dry month.
In the 10 previous Take Back events, DEA and its partners have taken in over 5.5 million pounds of pills.
The company was originally founded in 1987 when it started in Chicopee, and moved to Easthampton in 2006.
Drivers can expect delays on Route 202 in Granby as utility crews repair a damaged pole following an accident.
The Westfield G&E has announced the neighborhoods for the next phase of Whip City fiber. Is yours one of them?
Westfield police & Massachusetts State Police troopers were involved in a road rage incident that had started on Southampton Road.
Two people were taken to Baystate Medical Center after an early morning crash.
More than a dozen Northampton storefronts are vacant, and more family-owned businesses are closing as well.
A State Police Bomb Squad robot was deployed on Monday night to deal with a Hazardous Materials situation in Westfield.
The NFL won its “deflategate” appeal and N.E. Patriots Tom Brady is again suspended. 22News explains how this decision was made.
Some say buyback programs are a good initiative, but they’re not the solution to get guns out of the wrong hands.
Close to 100 people watched the documentary Monday night, and then discussed ways to help people impacted by the opioid crisis.
Massachusetts Lawmakers will vote on Thursday a bill to raise the minimum age to buy tobacco from 18 to 21.
The City of Holyoke is one step closer to finding out who will fill the open seat on the City Council.
It’s a sort of 21st century “alchemy,” turning gently used shoes into clean water for people in developing countries.
The opioid epidemic is costing U.S. companies billions of dollars a year. 22News looked into addiction’s impact on businesses.
Overturning a lower judge’s ruling, a federal appeals court has decided Patriots quarterback Tom Brady must serve a four-game suspension.
$39.5 billion is on the line. 22News spoke with western Massachusetts lawmakers that spent most of Monday debating the state budget.
The latest highway ramp closure in Springfield has nothing to do with the reconstruction project on the elevated portion of Interstate 91.
In just the past week, Transportation Security Administration employees found 73 guns in carry-on bags, 68 of which were loaded.