22News was there when a driver slammed into the side of the building.
Lucinda Seago and four of her children died in a fire at their home on Richmond Road in Warwick last weekend.
The EF-1 twister was the first ever recorded in Massachusetts in the month of February, and highlights the risk we face from tornadoes.
Conditions have been upgraded in regions across the state, but the lack of winter snowpack could cause concerns into the spring and summer.
Massachusetts averages about one to three tornado touchdowns every year.
The state fire marshal says that combustible materials next to the wood stove ignited, causing fire to spread through the house.
We may have seen abnormally high temperatures near 70 last month, but it is normal to have a decent amount of snow in March.
The highest snowfall amounts are expected near the Connecticut state line and south of the Mass Pike.
Events are being held across the country, and right here in Massachusetts, as part of the “Day Without a Woman” strike.
Police say that the woman was in a crosswalk, but had been wearing dark clothing when she was struck before 7:00 Tuesday evening.
The aerial inspections are scheduled to take place Wednesday and Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
22News found out where the car was found, and how this happened.
Police Chief Rob Leighton said that last week, one resident found eight needles along Main Street, and they have been showing up elsewhere.
Blood donations and volunteers are needed, after a particularly difficult fire season.
Sheffield Elementary School students and staff recently raised $17K in support of a classmate and One Mission Charity.
Gronkowski will be meeting with second grader Dimitri Conway, who is in remission from Leukemia, and approximately 300 of his peers.
22News spoke with residents and the fire department, and found out how this deadly fire started.
A mother and four children were killed in the house fire at 405 Richmond Road, which started just before 1:00am Saturday morning.
A man and woman, both of Holyoke, were arrested on drug charges.
The Northwestern District Attorney’s Office has released the name of the mother and the ages of the children who died in Saturday’s fire.