National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week is held each year the week before Thanksgiving.
The 16th annual Festival of the Trees is almost here!
You will be able to park for a longer period of time on Main Street, but an hour will cost you a little more money.
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Both lanes of the Mass Pike Westbound in Ludlow are now reopened.
The regional hazardous materials response team was called to evaluate the chemicals inside the man’s car.
The incident happened at the Express Mini Mart at 904 State Street at 11:45 p.m. on Sunday.
State and national law enforcement agencies say thousands of guns are brought into Massachusetts illegally every year.
City councilors are expected to vote on a plan Monday that would replace the office of the police commissioner, with a civilian equivalent.
The Springfield City Council is expected to vote on a new host agreement for a medical marijuana facility in Springfield Monday night.
Viewers sent us their photos of the Supermoon.
Mayor Sarno also called those suspects “rabid animals” and said, they’re part of the 1% of people that can’t be helped.
Drought conditions continue to linger across parts of western Massachusetts.
The election of the 45th President of the United States has brought on a strong emotional response for many Americans.
22News got an exclusive interview with Springfield Mayor Domenic Sarno, who was fired up about the violent incidents that occurred Saturday …
22News is working for you with why we are seeing a supermoon.
The 15th annual show put on by the Bernardston-Gill-Leyden snowmobile club attracted winter sports fans from all over New England.
22News found out how much a new parish center will mean to the community supporting their church.
Veterans from Hampshire county Sunday have a message for whoever’s responsible for setting that American flag afire at Hampshire College.
Detective Jennifer Sattler told 22News the boy was found by police early Sunday morning, and an effort to identify his parents is underway.