The Massachusetts State Police accident reconstruction team has been called in to help Ludlow police.
According to MassDOT, this work must be done in the daytime because pothole repairs require warmer temperatures.
Better weather conditions should make this round of repainting more successful than the last one.
Griffin Reid is said to have spent several days at Baystate Hospital before being transferred to a rehabilitation center.
There are still several steps that need to take place before the question could appear on the 2018 ballot.
For the second consecutive night, a road was closed in East Longmeadow because of a water main break Wednesday night.
MGM Springfield will also be holding career and gaming school information sessions this Saturday.
After a year of renovations, the move marks the opening of the first building that’s part of the $960-million project.
If there’s snow on your car, chunks of ice and snow can fly off while you’re driving, distracting or even crashing into drivers behind you.
If you’re going to the game or watching at home, you’ll most likely be wearing your favorite Patriots gear.
The snow did pile up on cars and driveways and some people spent the day cleaning up.
Parking bans may be a nuisance to you, but they are a key part of helping plows keep the streets safe.
When it comes to snowstorms, advisories and warnings are often issued. 22News explains what they mean.
From about an inch in Ware to about 6 inches in Westhampton, it was the hilltowns that saw the most of the snow Wednesday.
There are a number of factors that go into making the decision to cancel school when a snowstorm is in the forecast.
It all started with a water main break several days ago on Shaker Road near Canal Drive.
The DPW truck was fully loaded with about 7 tons of salt and a snow plow when its rear launched into the air and wheels tore off.
Snow and slush made for a slippery morning commute Wednesday morning.
An officer on patrol allegedly witnessed the man jump a curb and hit the telephone pole at about 3:15 a.m.
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