Snow packed roads and employee safety forced stores like, Thornes market place and State Street Fruit Store to close early.
Heavy snow combined with strong winds made driving difficult all day long across the region.
Police, firefighters and Columbia Gas Company personnel were called to a gas leak situation in downtown Springfield this morning.
The snow Thursday piled up quickly and reduced visibility.
The American Red Cross is working with MEMA to identify at-risk communities for power outages due to snow and frigid temperatures.
The iPhone was stolen after it was left on the counter of a liquor store in the Willimansett section of Chicopee.
Police say McGrath placed the cameras inside an air freshener on the top of the back of the toilets.
The fire was caused by improper disposal of fireplace ashes on the second floor front porch.
A Boston school district’s Superintendent announced Thursday would be a snow day with an epic performance.
All of western Massachusetts saw some snowfall on Thursday!
West Springfield police allegedly found PCP in the man’s possession as they investigated the incident.
22News has team coverage across western Massachusetts today. Take a look at the videos for a live update.
Winds expected to pick up Thursday afternoon, isolated power outages possible.
As the snowfall winds down, we’d love to get your snowfall reports, let us know by e-mailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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