Two dozen high school students spent part of their school day building a house in Franklin County.
Chants of “Donald! Donald! Donald!” broke out at a party attended by about 100 local Republicans at the Anchor House in Wilbraham.
Lottery ticket sales are one of the most important sources of local aid to cities and towns; something the state wants to protect.
It’s the 6th straight season that the Pats have played for the AFC title, and that means big bucks for some local stores and restaurants.
The “Steps for Syria” event was hosted by the high school’s International Club and raised money for The United Nations Children’s Fund.
Thousands of Girl Scouts will be selling cookies over the next few weeks in order to pay for programs and activities.
There was a brief search Friday morning in Wales for a 4 year-old child who wandered off.
At Thursday’s City Council meeting decisions were made on drones, emergency software, and a new pick-up for Police Department.
A stretch of Routes 5 & 10 in Deerfield was shut down following a two-car crash that injured three people.
The singer and Berkshire County resident has been a vocal critic of Trump. He performed at Obama’s first inauguration in 2009.
MassDOT says the closure will allow crews to work in preparation of the Dynamic Lane Merge program.
Longmeadow police said police in Suffield put out a “Be On the Lookout” alert for a stolen car around 8:30 p.m. Thursday.
Dozens of people from western Massachusetts told 22News they traveled all the way to D.C. to witness the historic day in person.
People continue to stop by a memorial on Union Street, leaving messages and gifts, and praying for the four people killed in Tuesday’s crash…
A portion of Route 20 was blocked off Thursday night while Monson, Palmer and State Police investigated a deadly accident.
A bicyclist who was struck by a car in Pittsfield Thursday night has died from his injuries.
Chicopee Police received several calls from residents who received calls from people claiming to be relatives and asking for money.
There were 2 devastating fires in Holyoke in the first 2 weeks of 2017. The mayor and the fire department are calling for more funding.
The future for these 11 families looked uncertain earlier Thursday after the American Red Cross money ran out.
Eviction or relocation. That’s pretty much the only 2 options for a popular Ludlow brewing company that’s fighting to keep its doors open.