22News went into the woods on Wednesday where firefighters were still busy putting out the flames.
The former vice president of a western Mass. bank has been sentenced to nearly two years in prison for embezzling more than $150,000.
It was about 7:45 Monday morning when a man in a van approached a student in the area of School Street and Clarke Avenue, near the Center El…
The suspect did not show a weapon during the hold-up at the PeoplesBank on Newton Street Tuesday afternoon.
It only took about two and a half hours for police to find three people accused of breaking into coin boxes at the Tower Square parking gara…
The woman opened the door thinking it was her husband, and when she realized it wasn’t, she tried to slam the door shut.
Since Trump’s election, Massachusetts residents have bombarded Baker’s constituent services office with phone calls.
The drought has dropped the Quabbin Reservoir. 22News is working for you with what this means for some towns.
Starting this week, Health Connector commercials will run in eight languages across 55 different media outlets.
The Turners Falls school committee is trying to determine whether the high school nickname, the Indians, should be changed.
Wearing red shirts, Belchertown teachers walked into their school buildings together, to draw attention to stalled contract negotiations.
Applying to college can be stressful for high school seniors. 22News explains how Chicopee High School is trying to help.
Smith Vocational High School is putting their students to serve their city and are refurbishing all of Northampton’s parking meters.
The Salvation Army in Holyoke has many families who have applied to receive a free turkey, but just one in their supply.
More than 200 balloon wranglers and 40 banner carriers are needed
Wednesday night’s Powerball Jackpot is the highest since the $487 million jackpot on July 30th.
It’s not unusual to see deer on the side of the road, or for them to jump into traffic and get hit.
There’s a growing black bear problem in western Massachusetts. 22News is working for you to explain why,
The population of visually impaired people in western Massachusetts is growing.
The new contracts aim to provide more protection to people who have their cars towed.