The city’s mayor told 22News roadways and walkways will be cleared for event-goers Saturday.
This weekend, thousands will fill downtown Northampton for the annual New Year’s Eve celebration.
The winter storm that brought us a mix of snow and rain will be coming to an end tonight.
The snow started falling early on Thursday in Northampton. 22News was tracking the snowfall there all day.
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Voters will decide whether to increase taxes for a variety of different projects, ranging from a new senior center to stormwater upgrades.
The State Fire Marshal’s Office says even a well-watered Christmas tree can quickly dry out, ignite quickly, and spread a fire fast.
Mountain Road (Route 141) had been scheduled to shut down at noon Thursday, but currently remains open.
Send your snowfall totals and photos to ReportIt@wwlp.com during the storm.
Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories are in effect for western Massachusetts from Thursday to Friday morning.
Franklin, Hampshire, Berkshire and western Hampden Counties are under a Winter Storm Warning Thursday.
Six Northampton property owners are providing homes for the refugees and that’s not the only way they’re being supported.
The town of Amherst is preparing to join 30 other Massachusetts communities that ban stores from distributing single-use plastic bags.
Some communities could see more than six inches of snow, while a snow-rain mix could cause the lower Pioneer Valley to see much less.
If you work for minimum wage, you need to hear this. 22News explains why thousands of workers will be getting a raise in the New Year.
Sgt. Joshua Bouchard said that he rolled out of his wheelchair and was able to save his dogs before escaping his burning house.
If you want to write off a charitable contribution for donating clothes or household items, you don’t have much time before year’s end!
Crews from Ludlow, South Hadley, Belchertown, and Westover Air Reserve Base sent equipment and personnel to help put out the fire.
As the holiday season comes to a close, local fire department is urging residents to shut off their lights at night, and while they go out.
Attending the First Night celebration in Northampton? 22News is working for you with what you need to know to have fun and stay safe.