A woman was seen breaking into several vehicles in North Adams last week.
Thousands of people lost power in western Massachusetts after this October snowstorm.
The snow we had on Thursday is pretty unusual, but does happen this time of year from time to time.
Crews received calls for the fire at a South High Street home at around 12:00 Friday morning.
The first snow day of the season was heavy and wet on Thursday, causing slippery roads and multiple power outages.
About 400,000 gallons of water leaked onto the street, and crews worked through the night to make repairs.
The snow, rain and sleet Thursday night caused power outages and damage across western Massachusetts.
It may not be common for October, but western Massachusetts was covered by a blanket of snow on Thursday.
A lot of people are taking the opportunity to cast their votes early. 22News found out who’s paying for a dozen days of early voting.
Snow began falling early Thursday afternoon. Here are some of the latest snowfall totals reported in to 22News.
The I-Team discovered human trafficking is much more common than you’d ever imagine, and it’s happening right in western Massachusetts.
The couple allegedly recruited women through a business called “Sinful Innocence,” then forced those women to work as prostitutes.
The allegations are that city officials conspired to quash an approved RMV building so that the city would get a preferred developer.
Soknang Chham and Soksot Chham could be returned to Massachusetts in the coming weeks.
Massachusetts State Police say that the man was tending to his vehicle on the side of the road when he was hit.
Rocky’s Ace Hardware in Westfield had to bring out last year’s ice melt on Thursday because they hadn’t yet received this year’s shipment.
After 37 years of service, Easthampton’s police chief is finally retiring. Chief Bruce McMahon gave his last call at 3:00 p.m. Thursday.
Dr. Jay Burton a cancer survivor, who treated his own Myeloid Leukemia case, is now giving back.
A non-profit with a mission to alleviate hunger and reduce food waste, thanked the people who make it work Thursday night.
Fair gives job seekers an opportunity to meet with possible employers, ask questions, and hand-in resumes.