The snowstorm is gone and now people are left cleaning up. If you don’t clear the snow away from your sidewalks you could face paying a fine…
A Westfield man is behind bars after he allegedly bit a city police officer.
Watch as the snow gradually piles up at Six Flags New England in Agawam.
A man arrested Tuesday on weapons charges allegedly told police he fired a gun from his rooftop to make sure it worked.
22News is working for you with an update on what services and roads will now be back in use.
The storm is behind us but the clean-up is still ongoing. 22News explains some costly common mistakes people make the day after a storm.
22News has been tracking western Mass. road conditions since Monday. Here’s a look at all the clean up progress that’s been made.
Despite the implied promise that neither snow nor rain nor heat will keep postal couriers from doing their job, Tuesday’s snow did just that…
Now that the snow storm is slowly moving out of western Massachusetts, transportation services are getting somewhat back to normal.
The Friends of the Homeless shelter are now shifting their resources from the snow storm that passed to the freezing temperatures to come.
After a day of no flying, flights are about to resume at Bradley International Airport. 22News has the latest flight information.
Many people started shoveling and snow blowing around Noon on Tuesday. 22News found some people out and about after the storm.
Clean-up crews got an early start Tuesday morning in Hampden County. 22News found out how people were handling the storm.
The overall graduation rate of Massachusetts high schools continued to improve, but not every district enjoyed success.
The plow trucks were out early Tuesday as the eastern Hampden County communities got the most accumulation in western Mass.
22News Reporter Kaitlin Goslee live at noon from Route 5 in West Springfield.
22News Reporter Matt Caron live at noon from Springfield.