More than 400 Springfield residents were made homeless after the deadly tornado.
Monson’s tornado victims have worked to rebuild their damaged homes.
Large amounts of hail covered the ground, some as big as grapes.
I have high blood pressure. How much caffeine can I drink, before it raises my blood pressure?
The Willie Ross School for the Deaf recognized Springfield resident Bob Charland as a community partner.
The grace period for adopting Chicopee’s new trash reduction rules is coming to an end.
Studies have shown that chemicals firefighters are exposed to can attack the nervous system, leading to disorders like Parkinson’s disease.
22News spoke with one Springfield resident who remembers what it was like on June 1st, 2011, when Springfield streets were destroyed.
The train that struck a DPW driver’s plow truck was traveling at an estimated 57 miles per hour at the time of the March 14 crash.
22News Storm Team Meteorologist Nick Bannin explains what led to all of the hail in western Massachusetts Wednesday night.
The benches were removed in 2006 and 22News has been asking the City when they’ll return ever since.
Former operations and maintenance manager at Berkshire Power Plant in Agawam, was sentenced Wednesday.
The landmark Italian restaurant will serve its last meal at the end of the month.
The Southwick police gave an update to the recent bear issues in the town.
Mayor Domenic Sarno and Congressman Richard Neal led nearly 200 business leaders on a tour of the renovated station Thursday.
Springfield police say that they were able to quickly arrest a man accused of breaking into a postal truck in downtown Springfield.
The suspects made thousands of dollars worth of purchases at numerous Walmart stores using stolen credit card information.
The suspect seen on surveillance footage allegedly shattered the glass of a side door to get inside.
Three people were killed, and numerous homes and businesses were destroyed in the June 1, 2011, tornado.
Visibility is less than a mile due to the dense fog.