The 22News I-Team has uncovered that a larger number are being resettled in western Massachusetts compared to the rest of the state.
Springfield. Holyoke, Pittsfield, South Hadley, and Palmer will all consider whether to adopt the Community Preservation Act (CPA).
About 83% of those who have driven on the Pike in the last few days already have an E-ZPass transponder.
The state does not anticipate that there will be any major disruptions to their plan to demolish the remaining toll booths.
Mug shots of people arrested for various offenses in Massachusetts.
The requested rate is down from last winter, and significantly lower than the rate customers were paying two years ago.
Electronic tolling gantries had successfully processed nearly 3,000,000 transactions by 8:00 Monday morning.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation has also announced extended hours for their E-ZPass service centers through Monday.
More than 6 inches of snow fell in one western Massachusetts community Thursday!
A woman was seen breaking into several vehicles in North Adams last week.
The first snow day of the season was heavy and wet on Thursday, causing slippery roads and multiple power outages.
Snow began falling early Thursday afternoon. Here are some of the latest snowfall totals reported in to 22News.
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State Police had to close all the lanes on Interstate 90 westbound in Becket, Thursday night, after a tractor trailer jackknifed.
Windsor and surrounding communities, being high in elevation, are accustomed to receiving more snow than the rest of western Massachusetts.
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Most areas should see snow, but higher amounts expected over the Berkshires.
Some stretches of the Turnpike, such as the immediate Springfield and Worcester areas, do not have any gantries at all.
While some Turnpike toll collectors know what they will be doing after hand collection ends Friday, not everyone has a job lined up.