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The 55-year-old man who was killed on Pine Street in Holyoke, Thursday night, was shot after an alleged drug deal.
Springfield Police are searching for two suspect, Friday night, after a delivery driver was stabbed on Clyde Street.
22News found out some local retailers extended their hours to make sure you had everything you needed for the holidays.
For a white Christmas is to have at least one inch of snow on the ground on Christmas Day; it does not need to actually fall on Christmas.
The Massachusetts Board of Registration announced on Friday that Dr. Tzay Chiu will no longer be allowed to practice medicine.
State police say a traffic stop in Bernardston early Friday morning led to the discovery of 1,000 bags of heroin and 60 grams of cocaine.
This year will be the 5th time that Christmas and the first full day of Hanukkah fall on the same day.
There was traffic all across western Massachusetts, including the area around the Holyoke Mall, Friday night.
With Christmas just a few days away, many people are rushing to the grocery store to pick up last minute items.
West Springfield Police told 22News Christmas Day falling on a weekend made the traffic situation worse.
There are some options for local pet owners if you cannot find a way to bring your pet to where you’re going.
Police were able to quickly make two arrests in connection to a deadly shooting at a camper trailer in downtown Holyoke.
Police are increasing patrols in the days before Christmas in order to keep the roadways safe!
Rintala had requested that her first-degree murder conviction be set aside, and changed to second-degree murder or manslaughter.
The most famous man in the world was in western Massachusetts on Friday.
22News visited an iconic Richardson’s Candy Kitchen in Deerfield on Friday, where they make the candy from scratch.
Shoppers are now making up for the shopping time they lost during last Saturday’s snow storm.
The Jewish community of western Mass will gather for the start of Hanukkah at sundown on Saturday.
On average, it will cost about 21% more for immigrants to pay for their applications and petitions.