While bears are large and dangerous animals, a 22News viewer was able to capture a softer side of the animals in Hatfield.
Well wishers helped the Barnes and Benoit families move into their adjoining homes in Amherst built by Habitat for Humanity.
22News explains how residents and garden centers are dealing with so much rainfall this spring.
22News was at a vigil on Sunday held for Darrell Jenkins, who was murdered in Springfield three years ago.
An eventful week at the Westover Air Force base continued on Sunday.
The Battle of the Badges competition raised money in honor of late Chicopee firefighter Anthony Spano.
Bob’s kind acts have caught the attention of people around the world – a film crew is making a documentary about his life.
22News spoke with Springfield residents about the violence over the weekend and whether or not they feel safe.
Navy divers hope the cannon will confirm that the wreck is the USS Revenge.
One person was killed in a shooting on Worthington St. just after 11 o’clock Saturday night.
Police were called around 2 o’clock Sunday morning for shots fired.
Sunday marks the five-year anniversary since the murder of Officer Kevin Ambrose, and Springfield police are honoring him with a vigil.
Springfield Road was partially closed after a car crashed into a utility pole, causing electrical wires to fall onto the ground.
Tuesday, state lawmakers will hear testimony on whether to eliminate Native American mascots statewide.
The dresses will go to deserving young ladies in western Massachusetts and Connecticut, who need help paying for prom.
Holyoke and Springfield Police have combined to take more than 43,000 bags of heroin off the streets this year.
Over the next 12 months the Spirit Ride will travel to more than 200 cities to raise awareness for tow truck driver safety.
Asparagus is so much a part of the fabric of Hadley, they put one day a year aside for the Asparagus Festival.
The elevator was made possible through donations by church members and friends of the church.
The 4th annual face-off between the police and fire departments provided a friendly competitive edge to the blood drive.