This year could end up being the deadliest on record for opioid-related deaths in Massachusetts.
A fight led to a stabbing in Springfield overnight.
Students participating in “Edventure,” the South Middle School summer camp program have been looking into the effects of NDD.
State Senator Don Humason is seeking nominees to participate in the 77th Citizens’ Legislative Seminar.
Some rural and hill town children aren’t satisfied with playing Pokemon Go. Instead, they prefer to race pigeons.
The wounded man went to the hospital and is expected to recover.
Ryan O’Donnell and Marlene Morin are running against each other for the seat.
Dispensary committee didn’t vote Wednesday during a meeting on the proposed dispensary. 22News explains what this means.
Drivers with E-ZPass transponders were being overcharged at Exit 6 to the Mass Pike. 22News explains how many haven’t been reimbursed.
The Holyoke City Council is working to collect money from those who owe on their sewer bills.
A new state report finds 488 confirmed cases of accidental opioid deaths since January, most from fentanyl.
Amherst police say that a 22 year-old woman from Chicopee died in a crash on South Pleasant Street Tuesday evening.
Three kilograms of cocaine were seized and a man was arrested following the raid at Tosado Auto Sales in Holyoke.
Major upgrades are on the way in Chicopee to improve the water quality, but it’s expensive, and will likely impact your bills.
22News has new information on a proposal to turn the old Cabotville Industrial Complex into an apartment complex in Chicopee.
It was a perfect night for an outdoor concert Wednesday night, and more than 500 people thought the same thing in East Longmeadow.
Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse is the first mayor in Massachusetts to support Question 4 on the statewide ballot to legalize recreational pot.
The victim is now 51 years old and the abuse took place 37 years ago. 22News found out how the abuser can never be brought to justice.
A new report found Americans still agree on many issues, regardless of their party affiliation or religious beliefs.
Similar to past years, we’ve experienced very warm temperatures this summer. 22News explains how hot it was across the globe in 2015.