The portion of the Mass Pike that was closed in Becket due to a milk tanker that tipped over and rolled down an embankment is now open.
Plow crews are hard at work trying to keep the roads as clear as possible in Berkshire County.
Here is a look at snowfall totals around western Massachusetts.
The speed limit on the Turnpike has been reduced from West Stockbridge all the way to Boston.
The last time western Massachusetts experienced blizzard conditions was February of 2013.
The 22News Storm Team has declared a Severe Weather Alert Day Tuesday as a major snowstorm will impact western Massachusetts through tonight…
22News is working for you with a listing of local parking bans.
National Grid is reminding people to never start a generator inside an enclosed space like your home or garage.
A Blizzard Warning is also in effect for Berkshire, Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin County.
Winter Storm Warnings have been issued ahead of a significant snowstorm that will impact western Massachusetts on Tuesday.
Dangerous wind chills of 15 to 20 degrees below zero are possible into early Sunday morning.
Ski conditions are expected to be ideal over the next couple weeks and that’s because temperatures are dropping.
Nathaniel Whittle is in contact with his family now, Williamstown police say.
Conditions have been upgraded in regions across the state, but the lack of winter snowpack could cause concerns into the spring and summer.
Light accumulation is likely in Hampden County and southern Berkshire County Friday.
Pittsfield Police are seeking charges against a man who they say put an Anti-Semitic slur on a woman’s car.
Williamstown police on Thursday urged people to contact them if they have information about 23-year-old Nathaniel Whittle.
The student is reportedly driving a 2013 gray Toyota Tacoma truck with a Texas license number CBJ0333.
The highest snowfall amounts are expected near the Connecticut state line and south of the Mass Pike.
The aerial inspections are scheduled to take place Wednesday and Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.