The Belchertown Police department knew from the response a year ago that the people they’re sworn to protect have big hearts and would gladl…
Homeowners cleared their driveways as the plow trucks made the streets and road safer for driving.
In spite of hardships created by the storm, the conditions would not deter a heartfelt event honoring our veterans.
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Two people were taken to the hospital Saturday morning after a car rolled over in Northampton.
Although many of the main roads have been treated, it’s really important to drive slowly in snowy conditions to avoid skidding.
The National Weather has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for all of western Massachusetts, which means snow, sleet and freezing rain.
22News is working for you with a listing of parking bans across western Massachusetts.
One local group wants to make sure citizens understand their rights, and have the means to protect themselves.
Police cruisers from Springfield and West Springfield were all along the North End Bridge, Friday night, after a craigslist deal went wrong.
Police are searching for a suspect who hit a pedestrian in Ware, Friday night, at the intersection of Church Street and High Street.
Ludlow Police are warning residents to look out for suspicious men who are going door to door, claiming to be from the water department.
Locations on University Drive and Meadow street in Amherst have been approved by the zoning board to become pot dispensaries.
22News found out what the experts recommend everyone should have to make sure their roadways, driveways and sidewalks, are ice free.
State police detectives along with Homeland Security raided the Feeding Hills Spa on Tuesday.
About 30 people attended Friday’s arraignment, and three people had to be removed from court for shouting profanity.
Demonstrators are trying to pressure TD Bank to pull its investments from the Dakota Access Pipeline project.
You can smoke it, share it, and even grow it at home, but what if your home is an apartment subsidized by federal money?
Shoppers raided the Big Y in Chicopee, for last minute items, as western Massachusetts braces for a potentially heavy winter storm.