Northampton’s Planning & Sustainability department is asking the community to help conserve the city’s open land.
Springfield Police detectives were investigating two shooting incidents Wednesday night.
We continue our coverage of Hampshire College’s controversial decision to remove the American flag from their campus flagpole.
The 22News Storm Team is tracking the chance for a wintry mix for Thanksgiving Day.
There have been several attempts to pass laws to require seat belts in Massachusetts, but all have failed.
The water pressure issues are attributed to two wells being shut down because of contamination.
One local mayor is hoping many people will think about shopping small this Saturday.
New signs along I-91 are meant to help drivers make better travel decisions.
The day before Thanksgiving is traditionally the busiest day of the year at Springfield’s Peter Pan bus terminal.
Whether it is turkey grease, cooking oils, or fats- it is not a good idea to pour it down your drain or flush it down the toilet.
You can drop-off new, unused clothing at the YWCA on Clough Street in Springfield, or they will pick up your donation for you.
The folks at the Rescue Mission Wednesday were grateful for the opportunity to share a meal together.
If you are expecting guests to come in from the eastern or central part of the state, they may be arriving late.
Neighbors told 22News that the family that lived at 10 West Main Street had cared for foster children.
Following an incident in which an American flag on Hampshire College’s main pole was set on fire, there are no flags flying on the campus.
Starting at 9:00 on Monday morning, bring a new, unwrapped toy or child-appropriate gift to our 22News Broadcast Center in Chicopee.
The audit found that a total of 492 fixed assets, costing a total of more than $900,000, were not physically verified.
Thanksgiving is a time to share a meal with friends and family, but not with your pets.
The day before Thanksgiving is one of the busiest travel days of the year, but things were moving smoothly Wednesday at Bradley.
Without a home, a job, or family this Thanksgiving week, hundreds of homeless people in Springfield still had one reason to be grateful.