Severe thunderstorms meant strong winds blasted through the region overnight into early Thursday morning.
Rescue crews were in Springfield, early Thursday evening, searching for a man who reportedly jumped from the North End Bridge.
Dennis Leger, aide to the Springfield Fire Commissioner, told 22News that the car crashed into the Zanetti School on Armory Street.
Fencing has been set up in order to keep people away from areas of three parks near the Westfield River.
22News is working for you with what you need to know if your property was damaged from Thursday morning severe weather.
February is traditionally the peak month for flu sufferers. But Western Massachusetts flu cases are down considerably.
Two major roads in Springfield are closing to facilitate construction of the MGM Casino in the city’s South End.
The ceiling of the master bedroom came crashing down when storms snapped a pine tree in the McInnes family’s backyard.
Overnight storms undermined the road surface on a large section of Route 32 in Monson, the town’s police chief says.
The Westfield River began cresting at around 7:30 A.M., and has been coming down ever since.
Strong winds, combined with wet, weakened soil caused trees to topple over all across western Massachusetts overnight.