Here are some photos of the first day at the Westfield International Airshow at Barnes Air National Guard Base.
A car crashed through a fence and into a house in Springfield early Saturday morning.
A proposed solar farm project in Shutesbury can move forward.
Carlos and Melida Arredondo dedicate the month of August to Carlos’ son, Marine Lance Corporal Alex Arredondo who was killed in Iraq.
Some tips to prevent your car from being stolen are to make sure it is locked at all times.
West Springfield’s Health Department confirmed mosquito samples from the city have tested positive for the virus.
Alejandro Rosario was sentenced after pleading guilty to voluntary manslaughter for the April 5, 2015 shooting of Luis Burgos.
Police said the elderly man was taken to the hospital for minor injuries.
The 104th Fighter Wing division has an alert mission of two pilots and four jets always ready for action.
Governor Baker cut funding for several western Massachusetts programs. 22News explains how lawmakers plan to get back some of the money.
Since 2015, more than 73,000 pets have been adopted though Clear the Shelter events.
Colon cancer deaths among people ages 20 to 50 have been increasing since mid-2000.
Westover’s $90 million remodeled planes are parked.
Eversource and National Grid are reminding customers to call 811 for all digging projects.
22News found out how it will help western Massachusetts schools gain access to food from local farms.
The Northampton School Committee voted to extend the rights of transgender and gender non-confirming students.
When Westfield Deputy Fire Chief Eric Bishop stepped off the aircraft, he was speechless.
22News was there when the Black Daggers dropped out of the sky and right into into Stanley Park.
It kills 88-thousand people a year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The three were arrested at the corner of Hancock Rifle Street after a brief pursuit and a traffic stop.