A 25 year-old man from Hadley is the third person charged in connection to a home invasion in Amherst this past fall.
Every single Republican in the Legislature voted against an $18 million pay increase package, but it passed anyway.
A plan to build new pipeline that would run through Otis State Forest has angered some environmentalists.
The case could clarify whether groups can legally distribute clean needles to drug users in Massachusetts
Chicopee police have been able to identify a suspect in a credit card theft case.
Chicopee Police Officer Mike Wilk told 22News that one man went to the hospital with serious facial injuries.
Clistano Rivera was last seen in the Hampden Street area nearly two months ago.
22News explains why the 2017 Motocross Nationals is getting so much attention this year.
Governor Baker will not have to surrender any Boston Creme cupcakes to Georgia’s governor, following the Patriots’ win.
After Sunday night’s historic comeback, fans are once again celebrating a Patriots Super Bowl victory.
Shoppers bought-up sweatshirts, tee-shirts, and hats as soon as they hit the displays at Dick’s Sporting Goods in West Springfield.
It is probably one of the only things that both Democrats and Republicans can agree on at the State House.
22News talked with plow drivers today who said every bit of snow helps here in western Massachusetts.
The manager at Rafters in Northampton said that Sunday, they took in twice the money that they normally make in a Patriots game.
The town’s fire chief said that they only received three ambulance calls Sunday night that were associated with the game.
22News is working for you with how winter supplies are selling in this not-so-intense winter season so far.
It wasn’t exactly “Dewey Defeats Truman,” but some readers of The Boston Globe learned a different Super Bowl outcome than most.
A man won the Massachusetts State Lottery’s “$2,500,000 Holiday Magic” instant game; this is his second time winning $1,000,000.
Baker credited the Patriots “mental toughness,” and cited several key plays, including linebacker Dont’a Hightower’s strip sack.
The exhibit opens June 2018 at the New York Historical Society and ends with a five-month run starting June 2020.