In addition to the downpour and storm concerns, it will be another very hot day.
MassDOT wants to launch All-Electronic Tolling on the Mass Pike. The 22News I-Team explains what decisions need to be made before October.
The CW Springfield is available over the air and on DirecTV, but they may not be showing up on your channel lineup. Here’s how to make it ha…
An overnight system upgrade may have caused some customers’ boxes to lock-up or lose a portion of their channel lineup.
The Massachusetts State Primary is Thursday, September 8.
If you see flooding in the roadway, remember that there is no way of knowing just how deep it is.
$1.6-million grant will help provide broadband and digital television access to Hinsdale, Lanesborough and West Stockbridge.
Winter rye grass seed will be dropped from a low-flying helicopter, as part of a USDA program to keep the soil healthy.
Low lakes and rivers and dry grass are problems now, but fall foliage may also be affected by this persistent dry weather.
Rabid foxes, skunks and even a woodchuck have been spotted over the past few weeks.
After the worst infestation of gypsy moth caterpillars since the early 1980s, trees in hard-hit areas of the state are finally recovering.
A head on collision late this Sunday morning between a car and a motorcycle in the Berkshire county town of Otis.
If you’re not a fan of summer heat, this has not been your year.
The state awarded $250,000 to help students in the Commonwealth’s Regional STEM Networks in western Mass. and throughout the state.
The applicant was a mother of three children who was attempting to use her new Section 8 voucher to move out of the homeless shelter where t…
Tuesday’s rain didn’t last long, but it was powerful. 22News shows the damage the flooding caused in West Springfield.
While less than an inch of rain fell at Westover Air Reserve Base, it was another story a short distance away.
We finally got it, some much needed, widespread, soaking rain throughout western Massachusetts.
Typically we get about one inch of rain per week, or 3.5 inches of rain per month.
1,800 employees will have their wage’s increased to $12 an hour at a Springfield-based non-profit.