How bad has this winter been so far? The 22News Storm Team takes a look at how this winter compares to some others in WMass.
Many took away a mixed message from the Pope’s comments on Catholic families. 22News looked into what is making everyone uncertain.
Police are seeking information on a man and a woman who allegedly stole from a Game Stop store in Springfield
The state attorney general says a Springfield market owner ran more than $500,000 worth of fraudulent food stamp transactions out of his sto…
The Registry of Motor Vehicles is notorious for long wait times, but 22News found out why this week, they’re longer than usual.
Hundreds of families, veterans and the elderly are having a tough time heating their homes this winter.
The Springfield DPW plans to start removing the snow banks clogging city streets. 22News found out which streets will be cleared first.
22News drove around some western Massachusetts neighborhoods to give you a look at just how high the snow has piled up.
Pothole problems typically pop up closer to spring, but 22News found out why several cities and towns are dealing with potholes right now.
You may have noticed the snow banks getting smaller and the snow disappearing from your roof, even though it has been too cold for it to mel…
Black History Month isn’t just about important historical figures, it’s also about culture, and food is an important part of that story.
Many western Massachusetts residents will be receiving ashes as part of the traditional observation of Ash Wednesday.
A car overturned and landed on its side into a snow bank on I-91 north near the Chicopee Curve.
We had record breaking cold this morning.
The temperature at Westover Air Reserve Base in Chicopee dropped well below the previous record low, set back in 1958.
Extremely cold temperatures continue across the state. 22News found the most common problems drivers face in near zero temperatures.
More than a dozen Blandford families have been living without running water for days because of a frozen water main, and they’re frustrated.