Stores are busy selling tickets ahead of Wednesday night’s drawing, the highest Powerball has had since November.
The weather is warming up, but that doesn’t mean the flu is going away. Flu season can last well into the spring months!
When temperatures go from cold to warm, it can be confusing for plants.
22News was there as friends and family cut the cake for a 103 and 105-year-old women.
Those interested must fill out an application and turn it in with a resume and cover letter by Friday.
Westfield has put out a request for proposal for elements tied to water treatment.
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Wednesday’s event, put on by the West of the River Chamber, offered a chance for business leaders to hear from area lawmakers.
A Berkshire County judge agreed to reduce Rafael Lopez-Espinoza’s bail, despite the prosecution’s argument he is a flight risk.
The Northampton deputy fire chief said apartment tenants & people at a nightclub next door were able to evacuate safely and return afterward…
Sex offenders are living near daycare centers and schools. The 22News I-Team uncovered a loophole that could be putting your child at risk.
The Army Private was killed in a “non-combat related incident” this week. 22News spoke with local residents still processing the loss.
What started as harmless high-fives between kids and Northampton police became controversial.
Stopping illegal massage parlors from opening isn’t always easy. The 22News I-Team discovered one effort to do that didn’t exactly work.
The 22News I-Team discovered dozens of Level 3 sex offenders are homeless, and could be living anywhere, at any time.
During the State of the City address in West Springfield, Tuesday night, the Mayor talked about pothole repairs and making schools better.
The Holyoke City Council couldn’t reach a consensus on a proposed ordinance that would regulate methadone clinics in the city.
A Holyoke City Councilor wants to make sure residents know when a fire engine is taken out of service.
Holyoke City Council President Kevin Jourdain announced during Tuesday night’s meeting that he would not be seeking re-election.
Family members of Patricia “Patsy” Prest are very concerned about the 63 year-old’s well-being.