It was another really warm spring day here in western Massachusetts, but with cooler temperatures to follow… and that’s not always good for fruit trees.
The state has given their approval for Berkshire Medical Center to operate an emergency facility in North Adams, but the process to restore emergency medical services to northern Berkshire County still isn’t finished.
Former Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis is at the University of Massachusetts Amherst to review the school and town’s handling of the so-called Blarney Blowout parties.
It’s been a controversial year for the Department of Children and Families. Social workers who spoke to 22News blame the agency’s downfall on steep budget cuts.
A thief who was apparently stealing hit the jackpot when a Springfield Road storage unit was hit late last month for cash and property valued at about $80,000.
The Boston Marathon is only one week away, and volunteers are getting the 26.2-mile route ready for the hundreds of runners and wheelchair athletes that will participate.
You can donate blood in honor of the victims and survivors of the Boston Marathon bombings this month
The American Red Cross is holding several blood drives this month as we approach the anniversary of the Boston Marathon Bombings.
Carlos Beltran hit a two-run homer, Ivan Nova rebounded from a rough outing and the New York Yankees beat Boston 3-2 Sunday night with the aid of another disputed replay ruling that led to the ejection of Red Sox manager John Farrell
Chicopee High school students and members of the community joined together to help raise funds and awareness for those suffering from autism.
Sunday afternoon hundreds honored the memory of Carl Walker-Hoover, the 11 year-old bullying victim who took his own life five years ago. Since Carl’s death in 2009, a scholarship fund now helps Western Massachusetts high school students to get a college education.
Martin Brodeur made 16 saves in what might have been his last start in a 20-year career with the Devils and New Jersey beat Boston 3-2 on Sunday as the Bruins rested many of their stars in preparation for the playoffs later this week.
Awareness of epilepsy in Western Massachusetts took a big step forward Sunday. Hundreds took part in the second annual walk for epilepsy at Forest Park in Springfield.
Western Massachusetts was treated to another mild day, after the morning rain was done.
You first saw on 22News this weekend, the results of illegal dumping in Loon Pond in Springfield’s Indian Orchard Neighborhood.
A man accused of harassing a neighbor and her disabled children for the past 15 years sat at a street corner Sunday morning with a sign declaring he’s a bully, a requirement of his sentence.
Several weekends in a row have meant several acts of violence for one Western Massachusetts city. 22News spoke with people and business owners in Springfield about how several recent stabbings and shootings are affecting them.
Every Sunday in a Chicopee parking lot, Elms College nursing students provide the homeless gift bags with the necessities that we might take for granted.
Medical marijuana is allowed in Massachusetts but residents can’t decide if it should be legalized for recreational purposes too.
An 18 year old told police he was attacked and robbed while walking down the street in Springfield Sunday morning.