22News stopped by Berkshire East in Charlemont to find out if there’s good skiing ahead.
MassDOT is reminding drivers to clear any snow from car roofs and headlights before heading out Wednesday morning.
The governor has a saying: “Don’t crowd the plows! When it snows hard, you want to take it slow, especially around the plows working to keep…
The town’s DPW director is hoping that they will be able to have most roads cleared in time for the morning commute Wednesday.
Today’s storm resulted in more than a foot of snow around Franklin County, which required snow plowing services to be put to work.
Here is a look at snowfall totals around western Massachusetts.
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…
People in Greenfield are getting ready for a lot of snow Tuesday. 22News found out out how these big winter storms are tough on businesses.
The center, which is located on Federal Street, provides treatment and detox for people 18 and older who are struggling with drug addiction.
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.
Funeral services for Lucinda Seago and four of her children were held at Our Lady of Czestochowa Church.
Family and friends paid their respects Friday night to the mother and four children killed in a house fire in Warwick last weekend.
21-year-old Jordan Tarbell died in May 2015 as a result of a heroin overdose.
Ski conditions are expected to be ideal over the next couple weeks and that’s because temperatures are dropping.
Gary Ponce recruited 28 volunteers to provide emergency medical services to Colrain, Charlemont, Shelburne, and other nearby towns.