The National Weather Service issued a Winter Weather Advisory for all of western Massachusetts from Tuesday to Wednesday morning.
The school hoped to inspire students through the way Martin Luther King lived his life and how he helped others.
The last of the burned out Railroad Salvage building came down on Monday. 22News found out the demolition went very fast.
22News is working for you to find out how people have been feeling about the warmer temperatures
Western Massachusetts is hardly one month in winter and potholes are appearing everywhere.
Sunderland’s police chief says that it is unclear whether Steele died as a result of the crash, or had suffered a medical episode.
Franklin County bars and restaurants are stocking up on beer and wings for all the Patriots fans they expect to see Saturday night.
Massachusetts Senate President Rosenberg toured a Turners Falls factory. 22News asked Rosenberg what was the purpose of his visit.
When temperatures warm up, it’s harder to judge the safety of the ice and Greenfield Police told 22News, it’s not worth the risk.
A stretch of Old Amherst Road was closed around midday Thursday while police investigated.
If you warm up your car in the morning, you need to be in your car or with your car.
Greenfield has been nationally recognized for their usage of renewable energy. 22News explains why Greenfield received the award.
Verizon landline phone customers in Orange and Athol are currently unable to get through to Time Warner telephone customers.
Drivers will have to find an alternate route, due to a tree that came down on power lines on Upper Road Thursday morning.
People were pulling out their bikes and spending extra time outside, with weather getting into the 50’s.
Independent retail stores didn’t have as many holiday sales as predicted, but businesses in downtown Greenfield said they did okay.
Critics say the shift makes the days seem even shorter, with the sun setting before 5 p.m. during much of November, December and January.
Tuesday morning. we had bone-chilling cold. Wednesday morning, temperatures were in the low 40’s and rising!
Police are asking for the public’s help with identifying a suspect who allegedly robbed a market in Sunderland, Monday night.
We will be seeing temperatures into the 50’s by Thursday, but they will come back down by the weekend.