After Thursday’s taste of winter, 22News is working for you to make sure you don’t damage your car or get stranded in a snow storm.
A viewer told 22News she received calls from fake charities trying to get her hard earned money.
Alcohol sales have been banned in Westhampton since the Prohibition, but one local business wants to change that.
Buying a new house, staying fit and self improvement are among the New Year’s resolutions people shared.
Fire Commissioner issued his decision to not discipline Deputy Fire Chief Guyer for his failure to move into Springfield upon his promotion.
As we wrap up 2016, 22News takes a look back at the stories that made western Massachusetts headlines this year.
Micahel Floyd was picked up by the Patriots after the Cardinals released him following his DUI arrest in Arizona.
A former Westfield resident and current Floridian donated a piece of art to the city’s fire department as a way of saying thanks.
The high price for attending a four-year college is always major concerns for future college students and their families.
We’re hours away from the biggest party in western Mass. 22News went to Northampton to see how people are getting ready for First Night.
A faulty elevator is forcing some elderly and disabled Holyoke residents out of their apartments; some residents may be out for weeks.
If you’re set on taking an Uber New Year’s Eve there are some ways to minimize your fee.
Fans are wondering if you can die from a broken heart after Debbie Reynolds died just one day after her daughter Carrie Fisher.
The holidays go hand in hand with charitable donations, and they can also count as a write-off on your taxes.
Here is a New Year’s resolution worth keeping; running up less on your credit cards, and saving regularly for retirement.
A candle lighting ceremony is scheduled to take place during the celebration to honor faith, family, community, and African American culture…
Bud Williams will be sworn in as a State Representative next week but what does that mean for his city council seat?
The Sears at Enfield Square will observe its 20th anniversary in April by closing it doors for good.
Thirty-eight communities across the Commonwealth have been awarded a total of $63,528 of grant funding.
The company wants to expand a natural gas pipeline through state land in Berkshire County.