The City of Holyoke issued a warning to residents Friday night that their water might be discolored for the next few days.
Soknang Chham and Soksot Chham waived extradition in a Flagstaff, Arizona courtroom on Friday.
Former Springfield Police Detective Steven Vigneault says that he was pressured to resign.
Physician assisted death could become a hot topic once again in Massachusetts beginning in January
200 people donned costumes at Chez Josef in Agawam Friday night for the 2nd annual Survivor Journeys Halloween Gala.
This fundraising event has grown exponentially since it started five years, when only 75 people attended.
Irving and Electa “Exy” Johnson of Hadley will be among those inducted into the Sailing Hall of Fame on Sunday.
This will be a major change for drivers in Massachusetts, and it could also cause some congestion on the highway over the next few weeks.
Many who are busy on Election Day are getting a chance to vote at their convenience. 22News explains how early voting is going so far.
Construction crews will start tearing down the toll plazas this weekend. Drivers should be prepared to hit traffic on Interstate 90.
Western Massachusetts had a preview of winter on Thursday. 22News explains how we end up with snow in October.
As the air gets colder, the need gets greater for the area’s hungry and homeless. There are resources for those who need them most.
22News found out how area residents can save money when they turn on the heat.
Springfield’s parks director says that without the new dam, what recently happened in North Carolina could happen here.
While it is important to get the leaves off your lawn, you should let them dry out a bit before you mulch them or rake them up.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation has also announced extended hours for their E-ZPass service centers through Monday.
The woman in the photo contacted police when she saw it was posted.
Along busy Route 9 right in the construction area, two crosswalks have gotten some new safety features.
Massachusetts Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development announced Tuesday, the unemployment rate dropped over the last year.
Hundreds of business leaders and community members honored the region’s fastest-growing, private businesses.