A police dog from Montague allegedly helped lead Greenfield police to hundreds of packets of heroin hidden in a glove compartment.
22News is working for you with some driving tips you should consider as winter weather approaches.
Radon gas exposure is the second-leading cause of lung cancer, and the leading cause among non-smokers.
A permit must be obtained from a local fire warden before open burning takes place.
About 60% of young Americans between 18 and 30 years old think America will be divided after Trump’s 4 year term.
Police say the Cumberland Farms on King Street was robbed just before 4:00 a.m. Tuesday.
The man is accused of robbing the Honeyland Farms and Stop and Go convenience stores Monday morning and afternoon.
City police, state troopers, and members of the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force took Travis Lewis into custody Tuesday morning.
People have been leaving their shoes at an intersection in Southampton for more than a decade.
Regulations prevent the building of fast food restaurants, gas stations, and drive thrus on French King Highway, but that could change.
More people are relying on their smartphones now, than ever. A state commission is eyeing further regulations for online gaming.
There are more than one thousand parking spaces in Greenfield’s downtown area, but there’s no guarantee you’ll get a spot.
American Family Care have identified the top 5 germiest places and offer some simple practices that can help protect you from the flu.
Two Holyoke High School Students have won an annual contest to design the Grand Colleen float for the St. Patrick’s Parade.
The aircraft is being flown to Georgia, where it will be modernized into a C-5M Super Galaxy.
A civil rights leader who is at the center of a controversy involving President-elect Trump will be coming to western Massachusetts.
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State Trooper David Vincent told 22News that the tires of multiple cars were flattened by the pothole, located in downtown Springfield.
Firefighters and Columbia Gas were called in around 5:30 a.m. due to the smell of natural gas.
City leaders are expected to discuss several proposed changes at a city council meeting Tuesday to help prevent future tragedies.