We’re not quite in the clear yet. A Winter Storm Warning is still in effect, and it’s not only causing issues on the road, but also with flights and with trains.
A Ludlow man was hit by a car while crossing Center Street Thursday night. It happened near the intersection with Chapin Street just before 9:30 p.m.
The State Fire Marshal has determined the cause of a four alarm fire that destroyed a house on Main Street in Granville, Wednesday night.
A Holyoke police sergeant has been suspended for the second time in a little more than two years for misplacing a department gun.
Governor Patrick gave all non-emergency state employees a paid day off, Thursday. While some residents told 22News they thought it was a great decision, others disagreed.
Agawam police are looking for a man who allegedly shot another man in the stomach area in an apparent road rage incident early Thursday morning.
As this second February winter storm progresses, road conditions remain poor, and the demand for snow tires is high.
You and your family are most likely doing everything you can to stay in Thursday night, but there’s one business that has no choice but to go out.
A Southwick woman was placed on probation after she accepted responsibility for a charge of cruelty to an animal.
It’s been a rough winter, and we’re seeing more signs of “winter fatigue.”
Plow operator told 22News the Massachusetts Department of Transportation and the municipal highway departments are getting preference for any available salt.
Tire stores aren’t the only businesses booming during a winter storm. 22News spoke with Western Massachusetts hotel managers who say on snowy days, business really picks up.
Midday brought some of the heavier bands of snow into western Massachusetts, and that snow is expected to continue to pile up through the day and night.
Thursday’s Nor’Easter is causing Peter Pan Bus Lines to cancel service throughout the Northeast region.
As the snow continues to accumulate, several accidents are being reported around western Massachusetts.
One woman has died, and a man from Holyoke has serious injuries following a crash on Route 2 in Athol Wednesday night.
About a foot of heavy wet snow is expected for many parts of western Massachusetts before the storm is done Friday morning. The light snow started early Thursday morning, but the intensity of the storm is expected to rise later in the day.
Thursday’s storm is expected to drop about a foot of heavy, wet snow. Many schools have been cancelled, and parking bans have been issued.
Scrunchy, the small dog that was allegedly abused by his owner and left for dead, is getting a new start. Dozens of WMass residents lit candles Wednesday night to celebrate his recovery.
A family of three escaped a four-alarm fire that gutted a historic home in Granville Wednesday night. Flames were shooting out the roof and windows when firefighters arrived.