Great Barrington Police have ended their investigation into the alleged racist incident at Monument Mountain Regional High School.
A man was shot and killed just blocks from the Boys and Girls Club in Springfield where they work to keep kids off the streets and safe.
Cara Rintala was sentenced Wednesday for the 2010 murder of her wife, Annamarie Cochrane Rintala.
Two people growing medical marijuana in Wendell had their operation stopped. 22News found out from them what unfolded.
West Springfield police are hoping you can help them identify three people accused of using fake money at a CVS store.
During the past fiscal year, the Hampden County Sheriff’s Department processed 574 Text-A-Tips from the public.
The Harvard professor said voters should use states like Colorado and Washington as examples of why legalizing pot is a bad idea.
UMass Amherst has partnered with a local non-profit to give students the opportunity to foster and train service dogs for credit.
Joshua Hart and Brittany Smith are expected to be arraigned in Orange District Court on Friday.
A Southampton man was arraigned at Westfield District Court yesterday on multiple charges.
22News found out how the student’s background impact’s their education.
Lenox Tools, which has a manufacturing plant in East Longmeadow, is being sold to Connecticut-based Stanley Black & Decker.
Recent creepy clown sightings throughout the nation have forced changes as we approach the Halloween holiday.
While the primary focus of October is breast cancer awareness, medical professionals also want to make women aware of other health concerns.
The Holyoke city clerk is having some success registering teenage voters.
Several Springfield-based red cross volunteers are in North Carolina.
You are running out of time to get an E-ZPass transponder before the state switches to an all-electronic tolling system.
MGM Springfield construction is on schedule and the city skyline continues to change.
Harriet Tubman Park in the Old Hill neighborhood lost numerous trees in the June 1, 2011 tornado.
On November 8th, voters in 5 western massachusetts communities will decide a “Community Preservation Act” ballot question.