Now that WMass is seeing some melting, cities and towns are dealing with broken road signs left behind by round after round of plowing.
With less than 3 1/2 months left in the fiscal year, state lawmakers need more money to keep up with the rising cost of state programs.
A spending bill to repair damaged roads in your community. 22News explains why state lawmakers may face a tight deadline.
The 22News I-Team has submitted requests for an interview about recent electric rate hikes. The DPU issued a statement on the hikes.
The MassDEP fined New England Motor Freight over $11-thousand for violations of waste site cleanup regulations.
Police say the suspect tried to escape officers by driving into PD cars, and refused to get out of the car.
Police in Springfield say they’re cracking down on heroin dealers in the city, one arrest at a time.
The officers who arrested Jorge Gomez on drug charges say they knew he had recently been arrested on a firearms charge.
Students at Elias Brookings School in Springfield had a special visitor Friday to show off their brand new building.
Despite an ordinance that you can’t set up your St. Patrick’s Day Parade spot, some people are jumping the gun and claiming their space.
Many small children could avoid being hurt in traffic accidents if their car seats are properly installed.