A star of UMass basketball in the late 1990s, who later took his skills to the NBA, has passed away.
No airports in Massachusetts were chosen to screen for Ebola. 22News explains whether more should be done.
After days of detours, Mountain Road (Route 141) in Easthampton is finally open again.
While you can see changing leaves along nearly every roadway in our region, here are a few routes you might consider taking if you’re lookin…
22News is working for you with some of the lowest prices in western Massachusetts and how commuters are faring.
As many people worry about the Ebola virus, the flu remains a much larger risk, and now is the time to protect yourself.
A suspect began putting drugs in his mouth “like he was snacking on popcorn” when he saw police approaching the car.
While residents waited for Rt. 141 to reopen, drivers dealt with major detours around that area for three mornings in a row.
During this time a year, WMass is known for fall foliage. 22News found out how people are enjoying it before the leaves start to fall.
Last year, officials said the Friday before Columbus Day was the busiest day on the turnpike.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Mohawk Trail. 22News found out how some local businesses benefit from being along the trail.
It’s an annual event that brings thousands of people to Hampshire County; the 20th annual Paradise City Arts Festival kicks off this weekend…
Friday was a proud day for Italian-Americans here in western Massachusetts.
A covered bridge in Greenfield that was knocked off its abutments and damaged by the remnants of Hurricane Irene in August 2011.
The removal is the first of a three-phase effort to restore habitat along ten miles of the Westfield River’s cascading, cold-water stream.
Students at a charter school in Springfield are being allowed to go home early, after sewer service to the building became blocked.
People say they know little about the virus itself, and want to know what they can do to protect themselves.