UMass Amherst is not banning clown costumes this Halloween, even though there have been reported sightings in western Mass.
Walker became an activist after her 11 year-old son Carl took his own life, due to bullying at school.
Credit card skimmers found inside three Big Y supermarkets in western Mass. 22News found out whats being done to catch the culprit.
22News spoke with the officers’ attorney on Wednesday after a closed door meeting at Agawam Town Hall.
A new nature trail will officially open in Easthampton on Saturday. 22News found out what makes this trail unique.
Chicopee light it up blue and police officers met with residents Wednesday night to raise awareness about autism safety in the community.
“Art Stop” was designed to activate underutilized community spaces with colorful art and create economic opportunity for artists.
Firefighters will use prescribed fires to burn up to 300 acres of grassland on Thursday at the Westover Air Reserve Base in Chicopee.
For us when it comes to hurricanes and tropical storms it’s not usually so much the wind it’s the flooding rains.
Northampton Police say they know of one clown incident but witnesses say a second clown has been spotted after dark.
Another person has been charged in connection with the alleged abuse of students at the Eagleton School.
Mass. voters will decide whether to fully legalize marijuana. 22News spoke with critics who warn of the serious consequences to children.
You may have heard a lot lately about the “American model” and the “European model,” but why do we have so many different storm models?
22News found out if businesses are worried about online competition.
MGM Springfield is already eager to start building their 3,000 employee workforce for the resort casino slated to be open 23 months from now…
We may have had a hot and sunny summer this year, but we also ended up with fewer days of unhealthy air quality.
Chicopee Police have responded twice Wednesday morning to more moose sightings.
Fifty-six apartment units in the heart of the North End are being redeveloped, as part of an effort by the New England Farm Workers Council.
The Tow of Greenfield announced that the 2017 parking permits for public parking lots will be sold via a hybrid-lottery system.
The Springfield School Committee has voted unanimously on a replacement for at-large member Dr. Calvin McFadden, who resigned.