Joanne Ringer of Clarksburg has not been seen since March 2.
Springfield Police Sergeant John Delaney’s work with the Ride to Remember has honored the sacrifices of law enforcement officers.
While it wasn’t officially a blizzard, our March nor’easter was the second biggest storm ever recorded at Westover ARB.
Residents on Sprague Street in West Springfield had a busy couple of days digging their cars out from under heavy snow.
Many restaurants in western Massachusetts were closed on Tuesday because of the snow storm, which cut into profits.
It looks like there aren’t going to be any new businesses opening up on the French King Highway; at least for now.
The Massachusetts State Lottery announced on Wednesday that two residents from the Pioneer Valley were $1,000,000 instant prize winners.
Negotiations between the registered nurses and Baystate Health have been going on since November, but have been unsuccessful.
The scenic viewers are made of bronze and cast iron, and weigh about 300 pounds each.
Always verify if a check or money order is legitimate before depositing it into your account.
Hadley schools had to move their last day of classes to June 22 because of Tuesday’s snow day.
Massachusetts State Police are reminding drivers to clear off their cars after sharing a photo of a snow-covered car on the Mass Pike.
MGM Springfield is preparing for potentially more competition to the south, if a new casino is approved for East Windsor, Connecticut.
State agriculture officials visit maple producers as part of “Massachusetts Maple Month”.
Tuesday’s snow storm was one where most businesses across the Pioneer Valley didn’t want to stay open.
Crews across Hampshire County are still plowing snow in several communities.
22News stopped by Berkshire East in Charlemont to find out if there’s good skiing ahead.
22News explains how the judge shortage causes many cases to drag on for weeks and months.
Seven western Massachusetts communities were awarded a total of nearly $1.5 million Wednesday to fund clean energy projects.
Get ready to wear your green! A whole series of events is planned in Holyoke this weekend leading up to the St. Patrick’s Parade Sunday.