While a strong or severe thunderstorm is possible, heavy downpours and lightning are the main concerns.
A Cape Cod woman accused of striking and killing a UMass Amherst student in 2014 may plead guilty before the upcoming trial.
22News is working to make sure you’re prepared for this week’s potential heat wave with ways to stay cool.
UMass students working this summer to pay for college could face a higher financial mountain to climb in the fall.
Former Navy Housing property in Chicopee has been demolished, which means the solar farm project can now move forward.
Hatfield is the latest western Massachusetts town to issue a water restrictions this summer. There’s not enough water in town.
The 38-year-old quarter horse that died, was a champion cutting horse at one time, but had been retired for the last 15 years.
Sexual Minorities Uganda is suing Springfield pastor Scott Lively for allegedly encouraging the persecution of gays in East Africa.
The suspect was seen running away from the Meadow Street TD Bank branch, toward Grattan Street.
Eight new liquor licenses were awarded in Easthampton, and the city’s working to figure out where they’ll go.
Children in Holyoke can’t cool off at the Springdale Splash Park during this hot summer, because the water’s not working there.