Cars and pedestrians can’t see over high snowbanks in downtown Northampton on Main Street.
If you do not shovel out your hydrants, firefighters will have to do so themselves while a fire is going on.
Suffield police told 22News a witness followed the man over the state line after he allegedly left a crash site in Agawam.
Two residents of a home in the Montague village of Lake Pleasant were able to get out safely during a fire Monday afternoon.
Flames could be seen coming from an attic area and a second story window.
Springfield police told 22News a tenant allegedly attacked a woman and her daughter in their Indian Orchard apartment.
A veteran plow driver says that pedestrians shouldn’t be so certain that plow drivers will see them as they walk down the street.
Most cities and towns will fine you if you do not clear your sidewalks of snow in a timely manner.
Franklin County saw some of the highest accumulation totals form Sunday’s snow storm.
Two consecutive snowstorms Thursday and Sunday created a run on winter supplies. 22News found out what people are buying and why.
Community leaders are asking those that are cleaning up after the storms to not leave a mess in the middle of the road.
Rebecca Fitzgerald of Forget Me Not Flowers told 22News that she is expecting a lot of last-minute deliveries.
Heavy snow fell across western Massachusetts not once, but twice since Thursday, and that has kept people busy.
Williams said he is proud to be a part of the command that helps protect the United States from cyber threats around the world.
Monday morning western Massachusetts residents found themselves right back where they were Friday, cleaning up after another winter storm.
The proposed ordinance would regulate large scale solar photovoltaic installations.
Some residents enjoyed the day off in the snow storm Sunday, February 12, 2017. Email photos to Reporit@wwlp.com
A spokesperson for Bradley International Airport told 22News snow removal efforts are still ongoing.
The most snow fell in Berkshire and Franklin Counties Sunday.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation had nearly 3,000 crews out treating state roads at 5:00 a.m.