A 25-year-old Connecticut man was sentenced on Wednesday in Springfield in connection with heroin and cocaine distribution.
The Greenfield City Council voted Wednesday night in favor of an ordinance to allow homeowners to build secondary housing units on their pro…
The lack of rain paired with necessary water tank repairs has forced another western Mass. community to issue a water ban.
The cybersecurity battles waged on servers and keyboards, Massachusetts gave $5 million grant to bolster computing technology.
There’s a lot of road work going on across western Mass., and speeding drivers can be ticketed, even before entering the construction zone.
Belchertown Police are cracking down on drivers speeding through the streets with a newly purchased speed-board.
Springfield Firefighters were able to quickly put out a fire, Wednesday afternoon, at a house on Jefferson Avenue.
A lead from a trooper from the Shelburne Falls Barracks lead to hundreds of bags of heroin being seized on Wednesday morning.
The first annual health and wellness fair tonight was held in Springfield to reinforce the dangers of teen drug use.
Hampden County Sheriff Michael Ashe held his final clambake before retirement on Wednesday.
According to a new AAA report, more than 200,000 crashes in the past 4-years were caused by debris in the road.
22News spoke with some of the drivers signing up for an E-ZPass, and Governor Baker about electronic tolls on the Mass Pike.
Power problems plagued the Town of Hadley on Wednesday. 22News was there moments after a utility pole and live wires fell across Route 9.
People are reporting phone calls and home visits from people selling “discounted power” and claiming to be “representatives” of Eversource.
Purchasing pepper spray is both easy and affordable. 22News explains why it’s an investment you hope you’ll never have to use.
A seminar was held in Amherst on Wednesday to educate seniors on how to protect themselves from fraud and identity theft.
A replica Vietnam Veterans Memorial that travels throughout the country has made its way to western Massachusetts.
After a very dry start to July we’ve finally been getting a bit more in the way of rain showers and thunderstorms lately.
The Town of Amherst is asking residents to comply with these restrictions to help address the impacts of drought conditions.
The Red Cross issued an emergency call for blood and platelet donors. 22News explain why it’s important to be a donor during the summer.